transcript website is a joke and locks you out every day. cant verify my identity, but I can order transcripts by mail. Stupid joke.
Filed on 1/22 got accepted for my fed return on 1/28 that evening. Was able to order my transcripts yesterday nite...what does that mean?
Was anyone else locked out the IRS transcript page?
file on the 27th got accepted on the 29th. I got my transcript request and it show code 846 refund issued 2-24-14. Does that mean it will direct deposit on that day or earlier?
I was able to order mine this morning but the IRS website still has me as having my return received. It has not moved from there. What does it mean?
I have not been able to order mine as of just a few minutes ago and I am still stuck in the first position on WMR. But I am glad to hear some are getting through.
not yet..i filed 1/9 rejected 1/24 fixed and refiled 1/27 and accepted 1/29/2014...checked to order transcript 1/30/2014 am was unable...will keep trying and will keep posted if u will do the same :)
Filed 1/14 accepted 1/26
Wmr still on first bar
Sbbt still hasn't received refund yet either
Just trying to patiently wait lol
I was finally able to get onto the main screen of the transcripts today, however no matter what year I click on it is giving me a Proxy Error, anyone else having this problem or know why I may be having this problem?
I was barely able to order online transcript just now.
I was able to view my transcrpts with no issue but its odd it shows Refund sent 2/24/14 refund Cancelled 2/24/14 shows that i filed 2/24/14.
My return was actually accepted 1/24 DD date of 2/6 showed money was sent then showed DD was cancelled now transcripts have every date as 2/24 im confused.
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