2018 Tax Refund Schedule

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    2018 Refund Schedule

    2018 Refund Schedule

    IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart for 2018 with Direct Deposit dates provided below are based on filing and transmitting as early as January 2, 2018. This has not been and will not be published by the IRS.  The IRS now says most refunds will be issued within 21 days of your return being accepted.  This general estimate doesn’t satisfy everyone and now many independent sites try to estimate dates when refunds will be sent.

    The IRS e-file Refund Cycle Chart for 2018 with Direct Deposit and Check dates are only estimates by various website owners.  It might give you a good idea, but never bank on it because many issues arise and delay tax refunds. When will tax season open? Once we know the date tax season open, the estimated tax refund direct deposit dates will likely be updated.

    Prior Year Tax Refund Dates

    Tax Refund Date Tax Event
    January 2, 2018 TurboTax e-file begins transmitting tax returns
    January 29, 2018 IRS First Day of 2018 tax season will be accepting tax returns.
    February 9, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Jan 22 – Jan 28, 2018
    February 16, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Jan 29 – Feb 4, 2018
    February 23, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Feb 5 – 11, 2018
    March 2, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Feb 12 – 18, 2018
    March 9, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Feb 19 – 25, 2018
    March 16, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Feb 26 – Mar 4, 2018
    March 23, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Mar 5 – 11, 2018
    March 30, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Mar 12 – 18, 2018
    April 6, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Mar 19 – 25, 2018
    April 13, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Mar 26 – Apr 1, 2018
    April 20, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Apr 2 – 8, 2018
    April 27, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Apr 9 – 15, 2018
    May 4, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Apr 16 – 22, 2018
    May 11, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Apr 23 – 28, 2018
    May 18, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between Apr 30 – May 6, 2018
    May 25, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between May 7 – May 13, 2018
    June 1, 2018 Direct Deposit for most returns that were accepted between May 14 – May 20, 2018

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    ShaunaNeedsBands

    @mikaj WHAT A SCAM. AND YOUR EMAIL NAME LITERALLY MEANS YOURE A HACKER

    #4242324 Reply

    ShaunaNeedsBands

    I filed on the 15th. According to this I’ll get mines back the 30th but my bars haven’t even moved.

    #4219686 Reply

    Jose Lopez

    When will i receive my tax return

    #4218517 Reply

    Mike

    Understand that nothing was accepted by IRS ti the 29th when they open. Any date before that was by TT, H&R Block or any other tax payer. Please don’t be fooled. The 27th is the date giving because it is 21 business days after the 29th when start processing.

    #4214867 Reply

    Jomaa

    @mika is a scam artist this person is on every thread with a different reason on why you should contact someone via email who you don’t know and give them your information yea ok please people don’t believe the hype free tax is free and will guide you don’t trust these people

    #4214855 Reply

    Mika Johnson
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    @mikaj

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    #4210340 Reply

    Nikkib91

    I filed the 22nd my efile history says it was accepted by the irs the 23rd. I had one bar on wmr the 24th then updated to PATH and tax topic 152 that saturday…. been stuck there ever since but now when I check TT it says transmitted date the 29th and when I click on details it says I filed the 22nd and it says I was accepted the 23rd and my estimated DDD is the 13th…. What exactly does this mean? Was my refund accepted in the test batch? Has it already been processed or even approved?

    #4209618 Reply

    waitinginAZ(2/23)
    @waitinginaz2017

    @Lindsy obviously not, we were accepted the 17th and still have PATH message. If that chart applied to us we would be set for a DD tomorrow or would have already had one

    #4208926 Reply

    Lindsy

    Does this apply if you claimed EIC and CTC?

    #4206455 Reply

    Alicia

    Can someone tell me when my ddd will be with a cycle date of 20180404?

    #4205698 Reply

    Jabawok

    My tax preparer @ HRB said if they held u last year for EIC and CTC they probably wont this year if nothing changed. Not sure if she’s telling the truth.

    #4204497 Reply

    Connie

    It’s not accurate, more like a ‘guesstimate.’ I’ve seen the schedule, and about 3 other ones (all different) online. For one, the IRS doesn’t just have one ddd a week. That’s proven year after year-including this one where people have already received deposits on 1/30, 1/31, and some already with ddd’s for 2/5, 2/9 etc. Guess what we have to do is just wait for our updates and ddd’s to post to truly know a more accurate date! The only info. we can be sure of is those with Path act won’t see anything until after the 15th, and just because you claim children or daycare doesn’t mean you have EIC or the ACTC…

    #4201862 Reply

    trinimommy

    How do people have 1/13 ddd though?

    #4201757 Reply

    deedee72086

    Ok newbie here. I was excepted EARLY on 1/23 (filed turbo tax). I had one bar until Saturday. Now it gives a message about PATH ACT, does this mean direct deposit is delayed?

    #4200750 Reply

    Kim

    EIC Submitted 1/19, Approved 1/22, Path notice on WMR 1/29

    #4200683 Reply

    SusanNY

    Do you know if the updated AMT forms are available for accountants to e-file? I finished meeting with my accountant but they couldn’t complete the form last week, because the forms weren’t updated on his software.

    #4200369 Reply

    Ryan V

    Filed 1/17/18
    Accepted 1/19/18
    Transcripts Available 1/27/18
    DDD 1/31/18

    #4199967 Reply

    Jerrica

    EIC
    Filed 1/20
    Accepted 1/22
    Transcripts Available 1/24
    Updated this morning (Saturday 1/27) to Approved DDD 1/31

    #4199928 Reply

    WillBeas
    @willbeas

    Was just watching wall street money and yes there will be the same delay for EIC filers..damn…its a new law now, so every year Mid Feb…good thing I know now…but that schedule is correct if you didn’t claim EIC or Child Tax

    #4199044 Reply

    Bri

    I filed my taxes on the 18rh and still haven’t got a accepted email or text guessing I should wait until after the 29th to be worried???

    #4199020 Reply

    Jerrica

    Filed on Jan 20th, accepted on the 22nd. I’m claiming EIC and sure there will be a delay again this year with that new law. I read an article that said refunds for EIC and ACTC wouldn’t go out until Feb 27th or later because of the holiday around that time. Here’s to hoping we get them sooner!

    #4198931 Reply

    DebbieT

    They randomly select returns for ‘test batches’ and some lucky early filers will get their refund around February 1st, if not sooner. It happened to mine one time…and one time only. Last year, I was one of the least lucky and didn’t get my direct deposit until 3 weeks TO THE DAY from the date it was accepted. My return is one of the easiest there is… the same 1099R and standard deductions.

    #4198839 Reply

    cheryl e kendrick
    @cherlyq63

    thats the whole issue, it is not accurate just a best guess, Last year I was accepted early and got my refund on the 21st I had eic as I do again this year, most of these lists are based on time frames of refunds and guesstimations lol

    #4198768 Reply

    Anonymous

    Filed 1/21/18 accepted 1/22/18 in case anyone was curious…

    #4198761 Reply

    Jibbbjawww78

    Even if you were accepted, your return will likely ( as in past years) not actually be processed until opening day 29th. So even though some of us have been accepted early, as in past experience, it does not mean that they will be processed early: ( Best wishes though!

    #4198734 Reply

    Wearelegion

    I don’t think that this is a accurate list. I filed on Jan/20 and was accepted the next day.

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