if i am understanding these cycle codes i think our ddd would be 2/21/2014 which would be this friday. hope this helps
Hi everyone! I am also in the same boat as you all waiting on an "outcome" I have codes, and two 570's, I was told I was under review, and then I got a cycle date of 20140803 on my transcript.... its the same m.o. as most of the post....and my transcript has 3/10/14 on it..... I did some research, and I think we are victims of "delay tactics". I just pulled an article regarding Tax refund delays and the debt ceiling and it is a VERY interesting read and it seems the most LOGICAL explanation for why most of us who have filed as always, with no big changes year to year are "all of the sudden" having issues.... click the link and read it.... the additional 2 weeks "release dates" actually makes a WHOLE LOTTA sense when you read this article, AND why the IRS can not give ANY of us definitive reasons or explanations, especially us, who have never had a problem!. Filed & Accepted 2/2. :-) #hope this helps ease minds a bit, it helped me, cuz I need every cent back!!!! and needed it yesterday & have been getting the runaround from out wonderful government. #GodBless http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/americans-face-delays-on-their-2014-tax-refund-schedule-dates-4...
I have a cycle code of 20140801 which should have paid Today 2/21/2014 or 2/24/2014 however I have the TC 570 R Freeze code , some people have said its due to incomplete info and or missing info " Additional income, Schooling or OVERUSED EIN# ETC." I called the IRS today to see what is going on I filed on 1/31 and it has said processing ever since , I did get all my tax transcripts for this year THEY DON,T MATTER nor does it mean your getting the refund it just means it has been viewed and gone over. When the account transcript becomes available you can view everything going on its all coded there with a small reason and date next to it . Good Luck hopefully this helps you guys
Cycle code = 2014 year 08 Week 01 Day 01-05 Fri-Thurs (No Saturday or Sunday given)
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