why havent i recieved my tax refund after 21 days. still say stii proccessing in wmr

  • its been more than 21 days since my taxes were filed, why havent i gotten them back yet?
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If it's processing in WMR, it means the IRS has it for sure and they are the only ones who can tell you how long it will take.    You may want to call them to see what's going on...

IRS Telephone Assistance for Individuals:
Toll-Free, 1-800-829-1040
 
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. your local time (Alaska & Hawaii follow Pacific Time).

Expect long wait times.  Also, they do their system updates over the weekend and updated processing statuses once per day (usually overnight).



  • i have call the irs and now they are saying im under review......how come noone gave me a notice and why am under a review for
  • rileysmommy05221 - TurboTax is not notified if your return is under review.  That is a personal situation between you and the IRS.  They are the only ones who have the answer to that.  TurboTax will be notified if they are rejected for some reason.  Also, being "under review" doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong.  The IRS is just taking a closer look at some returns this year for fraud and identity protection.  Hopefully, they will get process for you quickly.  Thanks.
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