mine was filed on the 24th and accepted on the 28th. still says being processed. several people who filed after me and was accepted after me already got their dd date....not me
No, the first refunds will be sent out this week. My refund date is set for the 6th so I'm assuming it will reach my account by the 7th.
I got my refund around 3:00am today, so to those of you that don't have yours yet, they should be coming.
If yours tax prep fees are being deducted from your refund try this link and use the same info you would use at the WMR site Tax Products Group website . This will let you know if the IRS has already sent your refund to the bank that's handling your tax prep fees and will also let you know when your remaining refund will be sent to your bank. I hope this helps but at least I know now to pay my fees upfront next time.
I filed mine and it was accepted on the 1/24, a lot of people are saying they have DD dates of the 6th already and theirs were accepted after mine............now I'm freaking out!! Mine still says "return is being processed" whatever that means. In anycase, like I said now I am freaking out that something is all messed up. I filed with Turbotax to avoid error :(
I'm not seeing where any one has got there refund yet, also haven't heard of any one receiving one just yet. The IRS did just open Jan 31, 2013.
It depends on how you file and choose to get your refund paid to
you. E-filing with direct deposit is usually the quickest way.
Last year, 9 out of 10
taxpayers received their refunds within 21 days of acceptance by the IRS and the same is
expected this year.
I hope this helps,
just got a message that it was actually sent Monday night the 3rd at midnight and will be in my account on Tuesday night at midnight or Wednesday night at midnight. mOst banks take two business days to post after receiving. just fyi
I spoke with (Peggy #712773) sbbt
I was told that as of now that they haven't received anything as of yet from the irs.. once they receive it they send it to your bank. Depending on your bank, it can take one to two days for it to hit your bank account. Keep in mind this is an ACH deposit, which some banks take longer than others.
If you are a netspend customer (as I am). Netspend will deposit as soon as they receive it. I have done this for several years. When they send my payroll check, I normally receive that after by 2pm. With that said, I am confident that we will receive our deposits today. Although it may not be until this afternoon/evening. Be patient, it is coming!!
deposit date is feb 6 2014 should get funds in account by friday
My refund was supposed to be deposited today on the 6th. As of yet nothing yet.
Filed 1/28, accepted 1/29, approved 1/30, dd 2/6 but still no funds in my account. Having fees taken out by H&R Block for filing services out of my federal return, got email last night at 10pm saying "The IRS has notified us that your refund is ready to be transferred to H&R Block Bank.
H&R Block Bank has initiated the process of depositing your Refund Deposit Account proceeds* into your bank account. This process is usually completed within two to three business days. However, it could take longer. "
I called Chase and they said there are no pending deposit but they rep said it does not mean its not in the bank system. So I called H&R Block and they said they already sent my refund to my bank and that it will take my bank up to 2-3 days (if not longer) for them to process it. I guess when it comes from H&R Block Bank or Turbo Tax Bank, it takes longer vs. if it came directly from IRS. So if anyone had fees taken out by their filer than your refund will take longer to hit your bank account. Next year I am going to pre-pay the fees instead of having them taken out of my refund :(
It sucks, last year I did the same as this year but got my refund 2 days early, this year its going to be late :(
I had my taxes done Jan 18th, was accepted Jan 25th. Simple return. Still have nothing more on WMR other than accepted. Hope it's soon!
I filed on 1/31 and it was accepted that night. Still being processed. I have 3 kids, one of which was born in February, so I don't know if that is what is taking so long. Otherwise besides claiming daycare and our work forms we have nothing else on our tax return. I wish it would come soon.
I filed on the 29th accepted on the 31st through turbo tax. I haven't got a dd date yet just says it was received and not even approved yet. man i hope i get it
I filed on January 27th, and it was accepted January 29th, still stuck on the one bar....no DDD ...
Did anyone file on 02/03/2014 and has received a dd date or an approval status from wmr?
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WMR finally moved to approved, states we will have our dd refund by 2/10, IRS accepted return on 1/30.
I filed on the 1/21 with TT, got accepted on the 27th-- but got a DDD of FEBRUARY 11th.
I am having fees taken out. Currently, Santa Barbara Bank website claims it has not received my refund. So, therefore, there are who filed AFTER me, got accepted immediately afterward (or thereabouts) and got their refunds before I did. And I was SO happy when I got that stupid email that said my return had been accepted early...
To everyone that is having fees taken out of your refund, I did that last year with H&R block and after they received my refund, whoever put my bank information in from H&R block put it in wrong- even though I e-filed and had my banking information down they copied it incorrectly it took an additional 3 weeks they had to mail me my refund. So pray that's not the case.
hey guys, i have a direct deposit date of 2/11 and my brother has one of 2/12...does anyone else who has those dates have any news or info about their direct deposits? any update from SBTG for those of you with those DDD who got their fees deducted from refund.. im hoping to see mine tomorow morning, i used SBTG my brother didnt...
Filed on the 24th accepted on the 28th. still in processing mode with bars removed. it has already been over 21 days. since I owe them you would think that they would process it and take their money. they need more help at the IRS.
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