I filed: 1/28
Accepted: 2/14 (with 8863)
Direct Deposit Date: 2/25
Ordered Transcript Last night: 2/21 ( got a direct deposit date this morning.)
Hope everyone else is finally seeing theirs.
Pending until 2/14
Ordered transcripts 2/22
DD date on WMR for 2/27 this morning.
We cannot provide any information about your refund.
Please allow at least 4 weeks from the date you mailed your return to get information about your refund.
You should get your refund within 21 days from the date we received your tax return.
I am very confused by this; I have contacted FMS and there are no debts recorded for either SSN, therefore I do not understand why I am receiving two very different notifications on WMR.
DDD.. still processing :(
Filed 1/25 (sat pending with TT until 2/14)
Accepted 2/14 (still accepted on the WMR site)
Called IRS yesterday and was told that the 8863 form was not truly ready until the 15th or 16th (don't believe it) and that I wasn't pulled until the 18th (which was Monday, so they did work on a holiday) and I had no errors, my education credit was accepted. That I should wait 21 days from the 18th??
However, I had been trying to order transcripts every day and I just tried and was finally able to order. So I am hoping that I will see some update on WMR or that I will get a surprise deposit to my bank account.
2/14, ordered transcript on
2/22, ddd 2/23. What a process! Will feel better when I see my actual $$$!
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