I live in Philadelphia, PA and I filed on 2/3/2014 and got accepted the same day like 1 hour later. I filed Child and Dependent Care Credit , Earned Income Tax Credit and Head of household, etc. I just checked the IRS2 go app on my phone and I now have a ddd of 2/11/2014. I hope this helps in some way-
i filed on the 4th accepted on the 4th refund ddd was 2-11-14 i got nothing i orderedtranscripts today any body else nopt get theres with the same ddd
I still have no refund. Filed 2/1 and thought it was accepted that date as IRS website said it was and so did TurboTax but when I called today, they said it was accepted 2/3. No DD date, no nothing. Just waiting waiting waiting... :(
I filed on 1/21 , had the return accepted on 1/27. as of today, 2/20, i have no bars, no ddd, I AM able to order transcripts but so sign of change in sight. There are no topic 152's, no topic 869's, not able to get live help from the hotline, and theres no irs office in the city where i live. Any thoughts? im all out of ideas
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