January 10, 2015 at 6:26 pm #4092580
2015 Injured Spouse
And the madness begins…
January 30, 2015 at 12:01 pm #4097805
Just an update….
Filed IS with my efile on 1/20 got approved the same day. Today I was able to look at my account transcript. First year filing so I dunno what it really means but here’s to waiting!January 30, 2015 at 11:33 am #4097769
Off to start the great waiting game…. good to see some familiar people…. i efiled this morning and it was accepted the same day 1/30…. i efiled my 8379 with my taxes this year… first time for it…. curious to see if it goes smoother…. last year i sent in my form the day i efiled it and it didn’t seem to take as long…. also i dont work and my husband does so we get all of our refund back…. now time to Wait….. good luck folks…January 28, 2015 at 4:06 pm #4095912
The past couple of years, we’ve gotten back ~2/3 of it, and our situation is the same.
I’m going to try and efile it all this year — but I’m still waiting on an issue with last year’s taxes to resolve before I can file.
You’re going to have to mail it in, now. Expect ~11 weeks of delay.January 28, 2015 at 9:02 am #4095460
So I filed a joint return early via efile through Turbo Tax. This morning 1/28/15, “Where’s My Refund” shows my refund has been approved, but indicated there may be an offset. I called the offset number, and there’s an offset under my husbands SSN for back due child support, for the TOTAL amount of my refund. I am the only one who worked this year. How can I file the Injured Spouse form, since my refund has already been approved & shows will be sent on 1/30? I assume this means they are ready to send to the state on 1/30. Can I file the injured spouse claim via TurboTax even though I’ve already submitted my return?? The form also states that a copy of W2 & 1099 must be included with the form…does this mean I can only mail it in?January 27, 2015 at 5:23 pm #4094839
I thought I would let my fine friends know I was at the Library today to get my Injured Spouse form & was told it would not be available until 1/29/2015. So I thought I would share.January 22, 2015 at 9:18 pm #4093485
I’m curious as to how everyone is doing it this year. E-filing both together? E-file then send in form, or e-file, wait for them to take it and then send in formJanuary 20, 2015 at 10:27 pm #4093110
Ive read other places that if Im the one that made all the money, all the credits and refund goes to me considering I made all the money, and he made none. Not sure how true that is though. Looking foward to the full amount, which Im hoping I still get considering he made no money :/January 20, 2015 at 2:15 am #4092923
I’ve been in the same situation the past couple of years. Generally, your entire refund will initially be offset, then the injured spouse is processed, then they refund a part of it. Any straight income tax refund is yours, and a portion of any credits goes to you (EITC, Child Tax Credit). The other part of the credits goes towards the old loans.
Aaaand, on my end, still nothing from /last/ year’s taxes. Advocate didn’t return my call last week, so time for an angry call to her supervisor.January 14, 2015 at 8:20 pm #4092686
This will be my first year filing injured spouse and Im confused about it. My husband owes student loans(which they didnt contact us about… they were suppose to be refunded) and he is unemployed, so I make all the money last year.. How much will they still take out with him being unemployed?January 11, 2015 at 5:08 pm #4092592
Let the Good Times Roll… Let’s get our Patience ready….
Here’s hoping my 2nd year of filing Injured Spouse goes more smoothly….