Where's my refund status change!

The orange status bars are gone and now it just says Refund is still being processed, a date will be given when available!!   What is going on???!!!

Anyone else having this issue?  Does it mean we are under review?  ..


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Hey hopieragen,

I'd be happy to assist you.

I understand that you have a question about the IRS "Where's My Refund" link yesterday it was down until about 7pm and was working till early this morning but is now down again.

So it could be just because that link isn't working which you can still call the IRS hotline and get a Direct Deposit date by clicking on the link provided below:


Hope this helps.

Thank you for being the best part of TurboTax.


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