My transcript code 570 has 0.00 next to it. I called the IRS and the man said its still processing. Anyone have this issue? I filed 01/19 accepted 01/26. orange bars went completely away.
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What a bunch of crap. The only thing we know is these codes 1121,570,931,101,69, or whatever is just delay. They dont have our money yet, the question is will they ever? Sucks 4 all of us, for that im truly sorry. Turbo tax hasent helped at all keep that in mind next year
well my cycle code is 20140703 I filed on January 30 and when I saw my transcript I also have that code which means your refund has a hold for many reasons. I heard that is mainly because they are backed up and they are trying to buy time. I called this morning and they told me that as of February 8 there was a hold on my refund and that they have 60 days until April 8th to release my refund it could be sooner code 971 means they have sent a letter which in my case they have not sent one. HE just said that if they need info they will send me a letter but that they have 60 days.
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