The IRS has opened its filing season successfully this month, and refunds have started going out to many taxpayers. As with the start of any tax season, there are system validations that occur requiring some fine-tuning of our systems. As part of this, some taxpayers will receive refunds approximately one week later than initial projections they may have received, but these are still in line with historical refund delivery times.
The IRS reminds taxpayers that refund time frames provided by “Where’s My Refund” and tax providers are projected time frames and are subject to revision. Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the IRS receives the return for processing. The IRS apologizes for any inconvenience caused by the revised refund dates.
When the IRS announced the opening of the 2012 filing season, it advised taxpayers who electronically file and select direct deposit that they could see their refunds in as few as 10 days and 90 percent of refunds are provided within 21 days. Some taxpayers are getting refunds much faster, but at this time taxpayers should expect refunds to be issued as indicated in the original IRS guidelines.
The one-week delay for some refunds relates to fine-tuning IRS systems to adjust for new safeguards put in place this tax season to provide stronger protection against refund fraud. The IRS is providing additional screening for fraud this year before issuing refunds, but the vast majority of taxpayers can still continue to expect to receive their refunds in a timely fashion.
What do ya'll think a bunch of BS right?11 AnswersUnited States9 years ago
Has anyone received their refund? Heres a link about it was on the news. http://www.kionrightnow.com/story/16602806/irs-iss...5 AnswersUnited States9 years ago
I am very nice. But I wish people would read the boards FIRST before asking about there refund.There is a DELAY this year for most but not all people that filed.Read the boards first and you will find your answer.This does need to be a question so it will not be deleted.So what do you plan to do with your tax refund this year? Happy Thoughts!!8 AnswersUnited States9 years ago
Has anyone heard this yet just updated on a tax forum.
Our banking partners have indicated that they have not received funding.
We have not received anything official information from the IRS. Here is what we are hearing:Our contacts at the IRS states that not all returns from last week were affected, but that CADE2 fraud filters had caught more returns than expected. They are trying to identify who is affected and how they will fix it. Then they will send out a Quickalert.
We will keep you updated as we get more information4 AnswersUnited States9 years ago
Ok i e-filed my return with H&R block.When I checked the status afew days ago it said it was processed and I had a deposit date of Jan.21 which is on a monday (I thought they sent them out on Fridays).When I checked back this morning it says i should receive it by Feb.12th.And it says nothing about it being deposited.So was the first date I got correct.I'm not sure?8 AnswersUnited States1 decade ago