I just learned a cool way to find out your deposit date! If you all know this already, disregard, but it's exciting for me. :) You can simply pull up your tax transcripts from irs.gov for the 2013 tax year and look at your cycle code. It will look like this: 20140601 (YYYYWWDD) or similar. The YYYY is obviously the year of deposit, WW is the week of the year it will be deposited, and the DD is the day of the week. The actual IRS explanation of this is here: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pia/6209_Sec_16_2013.pdf
Obviously, this link is from last year, but you can at least see how it breaks down. This coming week (first week of Feb is WW 06). Therefore, with the code of 20140601 (that's mine!!), you should expect a direct deposit on Friday, February 7.
I love this info, and maybe it will help you all who are really wondering! Read below to see how the days of the week work out... Good luck. :)
IMF Daily Processing
IMF processing will be daily except on weekends. Some transactions post to IMF on a daily basis as opposed to during the weekly cycle.
In January 2012 with CADE 2 Transition State 1 implementation, IMF began processing and posting all Individual Taxpayer submissions and transactions and remain the system of record.
IMF Cycle Date is a daily cycle designated by an eight digit number indicating the year, the two digit cycle number and the two digit number indicating the day of the week (YYYYWWDD). The following values for DD are defined:
01 = Friday
02 = Monday
03 = Tuesday
04 = Wednesday
05 = Thursday
This date is the equivalent of the Cycle Date in IDRS and reflects the date the transaction is posted by IMF. See Exhibit 3.30.123-2, Enterprise Computing Center-MTB Posting Cycle Calendar.
IMF daily transactions directed to daily accounts input in the campus on Monday, August 12, 2013 will have a posting cycle of 20133302.http://www.irs.gov/irm/part3/irm_03-030-123r.html