I just checked my efile status with turbo tax and is says that on jan 26th filing changed to state succeeded agency. What does this mean?

  • What does "Filing changed state to REJECTED_AGENCY" mean?
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    The status column on the results page indicates the current status of the filing or payment.

    The possible values and their definitions are:

    RECEIVED: Intuit has the submission, and it is stored on an Intuit server. No further processing has been performed yet. It will change to the prepared state soon.

    PREPARED: Intuit has converted the submission into the agency-specific format, but the payment has not been sent to the agency.

    IN_AGENCY: The agency has successfully received the submission, but has not yet confirmed whether it was accepted or processed.
    Acknowledgement can take up to a few days to get back.

    SUCCEEDED_AGENCY: An acknowledgement was received from the agency, and they have accepted the payment.

    FAILED_PREPARATION: Intuit could not convert the submission into the agency specific format. This usually indicates that there is a problem with the data as it was received from the customer. This can happen when:

    •There is a defect in QuickBooks.
    •The data was corrupted over the network.
    •There was a credentials problems on Intuit's end.
    FAILED_AGENCY: The agency rejected the submission. Click on details to look in the Errors section for more information
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I AM SO CONFUSED, MY STATE AND FEDERAL BOTH SAY THAT, I KNOW IT TOOK ALL MY STATE, BUT I HAVNT GOT ANYTHING BACK YET ON MY FEDERAL. I DO OWE DIFF PLACES, SO DOES THAT MEAN I WILL NOT GET A RETURN AT ALL?
  • The IRS and State took the money you owe them.  If you have any left over money, they will send it to you.
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MINE SAYS THAT AS WELL. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? DOES THAT MEAN THE IRS APPROVED IT? 
  • Did you claim a child if so there are investigating your right to do so
  • I claim the same kids every year. So why would they need to investigate that?
  • SUCCEEDED_AGENCY: An acknowledgement was received from the agency, and they have accepted the payment. The agency, in this case, is the govt. Source(s): http://payroll.intuit.com/s...
  • So does that mean they agree to pay you then?
  • Yes..that is what it means :)
  • Nice glad to hear that they are so dumb
  • Wow I got the same thing on mine and my heart dropped. I have never seen that before
  • So Suceeded_agency means they will be sending your money soon ???
  • So suceeded_agency means I will be getting my money soon???
  • It means it has been approved and sent for disbursement of funds.
  • are we sure this is what it means as mine says that as well although it says it was changed to that on the 14th of Feb and still nothing
  • If youu owe the IRS or State money, they will take your refund and send you the left over balance.
  • did you guys get your money?
  • Lmao, im curious as well... same message for me. I belive they recieved their $, hence no update 12mnths ago...?  Optimist
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