From Hot Springs Tax Services: We have had several clients who filed within the last two weeks have their Federal Tax Returns accepted by the I.R.S. We expect the I.R.S. to have a payout date on Wednesday, January 29th, 2014. Just a reminder, there are no guarantees when it comes to the I.R.S.
So I received an email from Turbo Tax saying that the IRS accepted my return. This was on Sunday 1/26/2014. When I checked "wheres my refund" it still only says refund received. So one out of the three bars are shaded. Is everyone's like that or are you seeing more that 1 bar shaded?
Ours was accepted on the same date! But I do believe that the IRS is not going to actually process any returns until 1/31. So I guess we will see... we are first in line though.
I filed 1/18/14. Received accepted notification 1/26/14. I'm just happy it's accepted. Last year I had to wait because of education credits.
I have rec. my Refund today at 11:00am EST.!!!
irs only direct deposits on wensdays and mail checks on friday
I also did my boyfriends (who is also my ex husband) taxes, filed his a few hours AFTER mine, his was accepted 01/24/2014.
IF they do deposit early, I will be able to see if his being 2 days ahead of me will make any diff in that deposit.
Wonder what order they do these in... We both have the same last name, maybe by date filed and SS#?
I filed my taxes on Turbo Tax yesterday 1/30/14 and Turbo tax sent me a text stating that the IRS accepted it but I never got a confirmation from the IRS..Is this normal? When I went to the IRS site and clicked on where is my refund..it had no information yet.
mine was accepted on January 24th. now im wondering when i will get the money back. sooo confused right now. if it is accepted does that mean it will be approved?? orrr???? im confusedddddddd
I completed my return 5:25pm yesterday but it still has not been accepted. For those that have been accepted. when did you complete it with turbo tax?
Filed 1/20/2014 , Accepted 1/27/2014 , says refund will be February 17th. Anybody know if the refund will be any sooner than that?
I read an article that said if your refund is accepted on Jan. 31st you should get your refund by Feb 5th.
I have went nutty checking these forums all week! and checking wmr everyday until they block me out! lol. accepted on the 26th simple return with eic.. hoping to get it very soon!!
I DID NOT FILE EARLY BUT I FILED ON THE 3RD OF FEB AND GOT ACCEPTED ON THE 4TH. SUNDAY I CHECKED WMR AND IT SAID I HAD A DEPOSIT DATE OF FEB 12TH BUT TURBO TAX SAID THE 23RD. I CHECKED THE SITE THAT LINGO1 SUGGESTED AND THEY TOLD ME THEY HAVE RECIEVED MY REFUND FROM THE IRS ON THE 11TH OF FEB AND WILL B DEPOSITED INTO MY ACCOUNT ON THE 12TH WHICH IS TOMORROW...THAT IS 8 DAYS AFTER I FILED WITH TURBO TAX THAT I AM RECIEVING MY REFUND. NEW RECORD FOR ME AND HAPPY AS HECK!!!! WILL REPOST IF ANYTHING CHANGES WITH ME RECIEVEING MY REFUND.
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