After your return has been accepted by the IRS, you can track your federal tax refund using the IRS Where's My Refund? site. http://www.irs.gov/Refunds/
Last year, 9 out of 10 taxpayers received their federal tax refund in less than 21 days, and we expect the same this year. I hope that answers your question.
Mine was acceppted Jan 29th and thats when I efiled direct depoist and I will recieve mine on the Feb 13th diresct deposit. I hope this helps
i filed and got accpeted on the 28th WMR site still says they are processing.. how long does it take for them to process
i filed on 2\3 and accepted the same day, refund was ava to check in irs system by the 6th, and receive a refund date on the 8th. refund should be dd by 12th. (did not use tt this yr)
Has anyone gotten a message like this "Your e-filed return has been received. You can expect your refund within 7 to 21 days from the date of filing if your return is complete and free of errors. The Department may need to hold and review your return to ensure accuracy and validity. This may result in a delay of your refund."
Just wondering, have not gotten an exact date.
I got accept on 1/31/14 5:34pm and I still have no ddd. Starting to get worried:(
I E-Filed 2/7/2014 late in the evening and the IRS accepted 30 minutes later. Today is 2/12/14 and have not heard anything yet.
mine was accepted 1/31 and is still processing 2/17
i efiled on feb 2nd got accepted on the 3rd and says ddd feb 21st but still i processing thru the irs wat does this mean lol?
I have received my ddd for tomorrow the 13th. My questions is will it be in my bank on that day or SSBT. In previous years when I would use a local tax payer it would be in MY bank on that day! Anyone has any answers?
does anyone know a number i can call for the irs every number ive been given is an automatic recording i was approved for my refund on the 9th and they were going to direct deposit the money but i just went to the bank and they sent my refund back.. has this happened to anyone? and what do i do help pls thankyou
I had my taxes in by 2/3 and was said that they would be derect deposited by 2/23 and I still have not received them yet?
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