2013 Injured Spouse

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    Comments from the the 2013 Refund Hunt by taxpayers who filed with Injured Spouse Form, Form 8379

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  • #17916 Reply

    Anonymous

    I called the number and extension I posted after I got of work yesterday. 45 minute wait. The man helping me was very nice but I think he was new because he kept asking someone,” Is that right?” or “Where do I get that information?” . He was not in the injured spouse department but was able to see that they had my form and said it looks like it is in the final stages. So I guess this isn’t an injured spouse specific number. Sorry about that! He also said most injured spouse forms are taking about 8 weeks this year. Oh! I also looked at WMR today and it had changed BACK to the message from before(Your tax return is still being processed. A refund date will be provided when available) and the number and extension from yesterday are gone now.

    #17915 Reply

    Anonymous

    The offset line have me the amount applied maybe try calling if they get there’s you should get yours soon?

    #17914 Reply

    Anonymous

    Isn’t the IRS great? It took me at least a week to get the real number I will see if I can find a different one

    #17913 Reply

    Anonymous

    Btw I have a TA once you get one they are the only ones you can talk to and it takes weeks for them to return calls I got mine about 2 weeks ago then I got a call last week to let me know they will call me on April 11th so if you can avoid getting one at this point I would its great to get one in the beginning when you file I saw people with a TA get their refunds in about 5 weeks did anyone try the number Kris posted and get thru? Make sure you ignore the promos if you are calling most numbers that is the only way to talk to a live person

    #17912 Reply

    Anonymous

    That is the practicioner priority line. It is only for those holding a CAF number or POA.

    #17911 Reply

    Anonymous

    If you wanted to get transcript information you can cal(866) 860-4259 they should be able to pull up your info to go thru it with you- i have not called this number it was given to me by someone elsel

    #17910 Reply

    Anonymous

    I don’t have the ability to talk to anyone there one I give them my social security number they won’t give me any information I have called the IRS about 10 times so I went thru my call log on my cell service and tried to post the number I thought it was

    #17909 Reply

    Anonymous

    I called the 1040 number to ask about the cycle date thing on my transcripts it didn’t have anything to do with my return I called the innocent spouse line on accident they gave me the injured spouse line # they said it was the 829-0922

    #17908 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    @pamela79 thats not just for injured spouses its for everyone but I thought you said you called and talked to someone today? About the cycle dates? Nt saying youre fibbing but maybe it was the 8003043107 # and they just recently started putting the option for injured spouses to call the IRS at the 1040 # because they wanted us to stop calling them at the offset number.

    #17907 Reply

    Anonymous

    Yea that was the number but call the one kris posted I remember the ext thing now I haven’t called since February

    #17906 Reply

    Anonymous

    Yes kris is right I remember having to hit the ext

    #17905 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Thanks @kris7 hope you get good news :-)

    #17904 Reply

    Anonymous

    My WMR status changed from the processed message, to the received message then today to: We are unable to give you information on your refund. Please wait 4 weeks until after filing to call for information about your refund. I filed the 25th of Feb electronically with the Injured Spouse attached. It then said, ” If you would like additional information about your refund please call 1-800-829-0582 and ask for extension 362. Not sure if this is helpful! I can’t call until after work but will let you know what I find out after that if the information is helpful

    #17903 Reply

    Anonymous

    I thought you had a number to reach the injured spouse department…???

    #17902 Reply

    Anonymous

    I just called it, I don’t know what you mean by refund line? I thought people wanted the number to check the status of their refund?

    #17901 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Didn’t work for me either? Should we choose option 1 instead of option 2?

    #17900 Reply

    Anonymous

    That seems to just be the refund line?

    #17899 Reply

    Anonymous

    Ok the number is 800-829-0922

    #17898 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    So I called and one of the options said f you are calling about an injured spouse claim press 2, so I did, and then it said dept of treasury cannot answer questions concerning inj spouse claims and to call IRS at 18008291040.., which is the number I’ve been calling.. :( bummer…do you have another number @pamela79?

    #17897 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Yes it would be nice! At least we all have each other, or we would never find out anything! So the number you gave is also the number to find out if you have an offset, so it makes sense that we would be able to call them to see what f any progress is being made i think?. I’m going to try it! I’ll report back what I find out.. Thanks @pamela79 :-)

    #17896 Reply

    Anonymous

    @whatthebleep wouldn’t it be nice if they trained everyone together ang gave them all the same info? Lol I think the number is 800-304-3107 but I wrote it down I will find where I wrote it and update it if its wrong I got the number when I called the 1040 number one time and they said because it was injured spouse one it leaves their department they can’t see updates on it I will go try to find it quick if someone calls before I find it just let everyone know if that’s right ty

    #17895 Reply

    Anonymous

    I would love to call the IS line if you have it? Thank you!!!

    #17894 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    @pamela79 would you mind sharing the injured spouse phone number you are referring to with all of us please?

    #17893 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Thanks @pamela79..thats weird, I actually just got off the phone with an IRS supervisor and he said that the information that was Taken from the IRS website, that I referred to above, was correct, but that these dates are for IRS use only. He also said that direct deposits are cycling a little slower than mailed returns this year as well, but he couldn’t explain why? Thanks for the info though, I’m sure they have lots of stories circulating out there! :-) good luck!

    #17892 Reply

    Anonymous

    @mamatiger4 have you been calling the injured spouse line or just the regular # I learned they don’t know anything at that number but when I called the injured spouse line they knew everything in order to get a hardship to get a TA you have to have a bill with shut off notice or eviction or foreclosure notice unless you need to have something else done at the hospital and they won’t see you until it’s paid

    @whatthebleep I just called and they said it is from the date of the new tax season they said it counts from January 1st I gave them my cycle date and he told me that it means they received my return on February 4th I explained what you said and he told me someone gave you the wrong info hopefully that will help with your return?

    #17891 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    @Moneybound13 people have been seeing this change in WMR a few days before DD

    #17890 Reply

    Anonymous

    My status changed from the good old “your return is still being processed, a refund date has not been determined” or whatever, to “We have received your tax return and it is being processed.”
    Does that seem like it is back tracking? That was what the first update I got said when I filed and return accepted 2/2… then it said the still being processed and now the latest received/processing.
    anyone else experience this?

    #17887 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    @mamatiger4 I wonder if they would consider your hospital bill as a hardship? Maybe you could talk to a tax advocate and let them know about the unexplained delays. They should at least give you some more info besides the call next week bull they have been feeding you, especially since you’ve been waiting this long.

    #17886 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    @pamela79 I’m sorry your 20130602 translates to march 11 not feb 11 I was looking at the wrong month when I started counting

    #17885 Reply

    Anonymous

    I am sooo frustrated. Any help would be appreciated. Here is what I know…
    1/26 IRS accepted return, injured spouse (all income mine, debt spouses), and Education credits.
    2/21 finally processed return
    3/11 Called, told to wait until 6 weeks from 1/26
    3/21 Called, told to wait 8 weeks from 1/26
    3/28 Called, told to wait until after 4/2 to call
    4/2 Called, told no info until after 5/9

    Any suggestions at this point? I have a huge medical expense that I need to pay out of pocket and waiting until Mid-May will cause an issue for my family.
    Thanks!

    #17884 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    06 is 6 weeks from the start of tax season, jan 30th. I made a comment to @atozmom about the WMR change you are referring to hope that helps.

    #17883 Reply

    Anonymous

    Ok so they don’t count the first week of the year? My transcripts show that date the IRS told me they received my return 2/4/2014 ? Why is 06 feb 11th? Any way my question was about why my status changed I just saw a lot of people talking about if there cycle date incorrectly looking for answers

    #17882 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Sorry @pamela79 someone gave you bad info on cycle dates..here’s some more info to help you better understand..also your date 20130602 translates to feb 11, 2013. The 02 isn’t the 2nd day of the week it is Monday just like 01 isn’t the first day of the week it means friday. Hope this clears things up for you :) and thank you for sharing about your status!

    3.30.123.4.9 (01-01-2013)
    IMF Daily Processing

    IMF processing will be daily except on weekends. Some transactions post to IMF on a daily basis as opposed to during the weekly cycle.

    Note:

    In January 2012 with CADE 2 Transition State 1 implementation, IMF began processing and posting all Individual Taxpayer submissions and transactions and remain the system of record.

    IMF Cycle Date is a daily cycle designated by an eight digit number indicating the year, the two digit cycle number and the two digit number indicating the day of the week (YYYYWWDD). The following values for DD are defined:

    01 = Friday

    02 = Monday

    03 = Tuesday

    04 = Wednesday

    05 = Thursday

    This date is the equivalent of the Cycle Date in IDRS and reflects the date the transaction is posted by IMF. See Exhibit 3.30.123-2, Enterprise Computing Center-MTB Posting Cycle Calendar.

    Example:

    IMF daily transactions directed to daily accounts input in the campus on Monday, August 12, 2013 will have a posting cycle of 20133302.http://www.irs.gov/irm/part3/irm_03-030-123r.html

    #17881 Reply

    Anonymous

    Btw your cycle date is the date the IRS accepted your return I filled mine on turbo tax 1/30 within 2 hours I got an email that it was accepted however the IRS didn’t put it in their system unt 2/4 and they didn’t accept returns until 1/30 so even if you filed 1/15 trey didn’t get it until 1/30 so back to what I was saying my cycle date is 20130602 that means they received my taxes on the 6th week of the year on the 2nd day of the week 2013 it has nothing to do with when it will be processed also you should have a process date of April 15 2013 because that is when the tax season closes though you could still wait till may or June to see your money I don’t mean to burst bubbles but be prepared just in case ;)

    #17880 Reply

    Anonymous

    I filed injured spouse my status changed Friday it dropped a refund date will be provided when available not it just says its been received and is being processed does that mean there is a problem?

    #17879 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Thank you @wkc7877 that is really helpful I haven’t heard of anyone receiving a letter like that. Awesome news thanks again!

    #17878 Reply

    Anonymous

    I just thought I would let others know our experience. We filed our taxes electronically and they were accepted February 2nd. When we found that the return was being held for another debt, my husband filed an injured spouse form and it was mailed around the 13th of February. We received our check in the mail today (April 1, 2013) for the full amount of our refund. This morning, WMR still said that our return was being processed. We never received a date on WMR, but we did receive letters from the IRS in the mail at the end of last week that said we would be receiving the full amount of our return sometime in the next few weeks.

    Hope this information helps someone.

    #17877 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Hi @atozmom what I’ve been hearing is that the part on WMR that says ,” a refund date will be provided when available” that is in italics, disappears a few days before DD but some don’t see any changes..so it’s hard to tell, hope that helps :) good luck!

    #17816 Reply

    Anonymous

    I’ve been lurking for weeks and I finally got a ddd scheduled for 4/3 and no later than 4/8. My return was accepted 1/28, I received transcripts a week ago. I hope everyone gets theirs soon as well.

    #17807 Reply

    Anonymous

    I’m here to wait it out too. Accepted 02/28. WMR updated to “take action” on 03/05 and then changed to tell me about the offset on 03/07. Mailed IS form on 03/11. My question is, will WMR actually change again when they process my form so I’ll be able to tell something has been done? This is our first year filing IS. Thanks for any information!

    #17802 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    Thanks for what you do, keeping sanity amongst the masses and all, glad your kids ok too, with all that mess at UCF. Now..Go get some rest!

    #17801 Reply

    jemar707
    Admin
    @jemar707

    Thanks whatthebleep! I worked hard to get all the latest site glitches fixed. Thanks for your support and patience! Only skipped 1 night of sleep this week so far, thanks for the coffee :)

    #17800 Reply

    whatthebleep
    @whatthebleep

    I’m glad our forum is back :) I donated $5 to see if I could bribe somebody into fixing it :) just kidding.. but I did donate $5 because I know they needed some coffee , personal life+ running a website for angry IRS victims= lots of coffee :) so anybody get any news on their refunds yet? I’m crossing my fingers!

    #17383 Reply

    brokenglasses

    I filed on 01/31/2013, still nothing. Boo!

    #17368 Reply

    wtf02131978

    filed 1/30 this thursday will be 8 weeks for me and nothing

    #17361 Reply

    beautifusoul

    Anyone got there refund yet

    #17315 Reply

    Buckles78

    Got accepted 1/27…still waiting.

    #17311 Reply

    Anonymous

    nope

    #17310 Reply

    Anonymous

    I cannot view responses =(

    #17309 Reply

    $bound13

    I’ll wait! Mine was accepted 2/2 and still says processing. Got transcripts 2 weeks ago that had a date of 4/15 so we’ll see!

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