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    Wheres My Refund Georgia – Share your experience with filing your Georgia Tax Return and tax refund progress with others. If you have state information this is a great place to post. To check Georgia Wheres My Refund? go to Georgia Department Of Revenue

    Join the conversation about your federal tax refund here.

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  • #4140025 Reply

    Kimberly

    I think they only update over night

    #4139980 Reply

    Dennis
    @rebelrider

    No update this morning. This is ridiculous.

    #4139964 Reply

    Kimberly

    According to the dept of revenue holiday cycle they observe presidents on dec 27 so maybe we all will have some luck today.

    #4139397 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    Thanks for the info!!

    #4139334 Reply

    Amrt

    @Cathy it’s called the DOR pulse. http://dor.georgia.gov/dor-pulse-individual-income-tax-refunds

    I still don’t have an update. Tomorrow will be 30 days since my return was accepted (I filed & was accepted early) showing a credit on my GA Tax Center acct. Still getting the 6-8 week message online and when I call.

    #4139331 Reply

    Jturne87
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    Dennis
    @rebelrider

    I meant to type 1/20, not 2/20. Mine shows a credit in green, not sure what that means, but it seems a lot of the refunds are ready they are just holding them back. By law they can hold them for 90 days before they have to start paying interest.

    #4139254 Reply

    MsJ

    We are all in the same boat! No movement over night or throughout the day. Showing they owe us but it seems to be never coming. I was accepted 1/20 been sitting at 6-8 week message for 3 weeks???? This is out of control now. It’s my last year! I can’t mess with GA – it’s like they are trying to collect interest on us.

    #4139243 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    Jturne87 I would like to know where you found that information. I do not see anything on the DOR referencing anything in regards to the number of refunds issued…enlighten me, please?

    #4139222 Reply

    Dennis
    @rebelrider

    They update once a day, overnight. I think yes, it’s business days, so with the holiday coming Monday all of us that were accepted on 2/20 will be looking at the first week in March before getting refunds. This will be the last year they use my money. I’m retired and do not owe State income tax, I’ll be changing my G-4 to have 0 taken out.

    #4139206 Reply

    Kimberly

    Does anyone know what time of day ga updates sytems…once a day…all day…never???? Filed and accepted 1/20 and still have 6-8 wk message. Im sure it will be after 30 days but is that business days?

    #4138247 Reply

    Anonymous

    Hopefully, we are starting to see some movement on refunds. As of yesterday, the DOR site showed that they had issued 1,056 refunds this year. That number jumped to nearly 50,000 overnight. I don’t know if there was some issue that has been resolved or what, but fingers crossed that they start issuing refunds quickly from here on out. Just for reference, the site said that at this point last year, they had issued over 700,000 refunds.

    I am stuck on the 6 to 8 week message. My account shows a neg balance in the amount of my expected refund. I’m hoping to see that go to $0 and then see a DD shortly after!

    #4138024 Reply

    shondell123
    @shondell123

    February 11, 2016
    ATLANTA, GA- In accordance with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) the Georgia Department of Revenue began accepting individual tax returns on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 and will extend the deadline to Monday, April 18, 2016. The Department of Revenue takes every measure to process tax returns in a timely manner. Due to issues during 2015 regarding security breaches of third party preparers and the constant threat of tax fraud and refund theft, the Department of Revenue is taking additional fraud prevention measures this filing season to ensure tax refunds are issued to the correct individuals. These additional measures may create the need to further review a tax return, and ultimately extend the time between when an individual files their tax return and when they receive their tax refund. Individuals who file error-free, electronic returns may receive their refund within 30 – 45 days from their file date. Individuals who do not file electronically, or error free, may take six to eight weeks from their file date to receive their refund.

    “Our primary goal is to protect the taxpayers of the State of Georgia,” said Josh Waites, Director of the Department of Revenue’s Office of Special Investigations. “We determined from the 2015 filing season that the additional time between the taxpayer filing their tax return and receiving their refund allows us to better detect fraudulent returns, and ultimately get the refund to the individual it belongs to.”

    The Georgia Department of Revenue also offers taxpayers the ability to track their refund through the “Where’s my refund?” feature on the Georgia Tax Center.

    #4137897 Reply

    ~Sadie LAdy~
    @merkitaminasi

    Last year my balance zero’d out before I got my refund. But it was 2-3 more days before I received it

    #4137724 Reply

    Mary

    Those that received your refund….did the tax center balance zero out before or after? If before, how soon before you received you deposit?

    #4137670 Reply

    Mary

    No change here

    Accepted 1/20
    Called last week and status changed to 6-8 week message

    #4137609 Reply

    MsJ

    Accepted 1/20
    Still getting 6-8 week message
    Pretty much over it now

    #4137580 Reply

    FinallyFree

    My state taxes got accepted 1/20. Here I am still waiting with a generic “Your return has been received. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for processing” message. Any ideas on when Georgia is finally going to release funds. I just got my federal on 2/10.

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    #4137352 Reply

    Yone

    never mind. I thought he was going to explain what is going on.

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    Yone
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    Cathy
    @boye1964

    New Fraud Prevention Measures

    January 11, 2016
    ATLANTA, GA – In accordance with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) the Georgia Department of Revenue will begin accepting individual tax returns on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 and will extend the deadline to Monday, April 18, 2016. The Department of Revenue takes every measure to process tax returns in a timely manner. Due to issues during 2015 regarding security breaches of third party preparers and the constant threat of tax fraud and refund theft, the Department of Revenue is taking additional fraud prevention measures this filing season to ensure tax refunds are issued to the correct individuals. These additional measures may create the need to further review a tax return, and ultimately extend the time between when an individual files their tax return and when they receive their tax refund. Individuals who file error-free, electronic returns may receive their refund within 30 – 45 days from their file date. Individuals who do not file electronically, or error free, may take six to eight weeks from their file date to receive their refund.

    #4137226 Reply

    yone

    It seems like if that is what they are waiting on they would say that when we call instead of just saying “it is processing”. This processing time is the worst ive experienced since i started filing my taxes.

    #4137122 Reply

    ~Sadie LAdy~
    @merkitaminasi

    So far everyone that I saw that got their refund from GA, faxed their w2. Maybe they are waiting on employers to submit w2s…. Just a guess

    #4136704 Reply

    Mary

    No change here either.

    #4136553 Reply

    MsJ

    Good morning
    No change – no DDD, still saying 6-8 weeks processing. This is the longest it’s ever taken. I don’t know what’s going on. Maybe you guys will have better luck than I.
    Filed 19
    Accepted 20
    Already received Federal
    No state refund as of today

    #4135811 Reply

    Mary

    No, and I asked! I usually get my state first too. Last year, it was 10 days. She had no explanation for any delays or the screwy system glitches. Tomorrow is 21 days and the estimated day h&r block said, so fingers crossed!

    #4135766 Reply

    Yone

    @Mary did they say what is taking so long this year? I usually get my state first.

    #4135035 Reply

    Mary

    I just called and spoke with someone and was told that a credit showing means nothing except they have received my return. She said that it does not indicate that they have processed it.

    #4135006 Reply

    Ashley

    Also the where’s my refund is still showing “Your return has been received. Please contact the Taxpayer Services Division Individual Section at 1-877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) to speak to a Taxpayer Services Representative during our normal business hours M-F 8am -5pm” So don’t rely on that to update for information regarding your deposit. My tax center account balance did go to $0.00 though.

    #4134979 Reply

    Ashley

    Up until last Thursday I could see my credit listed on my account, then I was asked to send my W2 which I promptly faxed, I was told it would take about 12 weeks to process. Friday I called to verify they received the W2 and I noticed that my account showed a balance. I spoke to a rep and she told me they received the W2 and that it would take them at least 3-4 weeks to process, once I asked her about the balance showing on my account she told me to hold on and came back and told me she was going to go ahead and push my refund through because everything on my W2 matched. She told me that I should receive my funds in 30-45 days but I received them this morning.

    #4134921 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    no update for me

    #4134853 Reply

    Mary

    Anyone have any change to their status this am?

    #4134247 Reply

    Anonymous

    So – following the posts I didn’t understand seeing the credit either, so I created a login :). However, I have a NEGATIVE $5.00 credit. I owed back taxes, so it appears they credited my refund this year to the debt as the numbers make sense for this…However, I thought they were going to offset my federal refund for the full amount. Before I even filed w/ state or federal, the IRS offset line listed the debt w/ the state, so I’m sure they submitted the full amount to IRS. Is it typical for them to take from state refund, then let IRS know the difference owed??

    #4134219 Reply

    Anonymous

    @Cathy Thank you. Some of those links were not showing up on the mobile site. I was able to register from my desktop.

    #4134133 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    Go here https://gtc.dor.ga.gov/_/ and click on “create my username” under “sign up” in lower right side of page

    #4134114 Reply

    Jturne87

    I have seen several posters mention being able to see a credit when they log into their GA Tax Center account. How do you create an account?

    Also, early last week I had the “your return has been recieved, please call and speak with a rep” message. I spoke with someone who said that my return had been processed, the refund had been approved, and that they were in the process of generating the tefund. A couple of days later I started getting the “6 to 8 weeks” message. Any ideas when I may see a refund?

    #4134062 Reply

    MSJ

    @Cathy
    Another poster posted it in this same forum.

    #4133977 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    mSJ where did you get that info? My credit has been showing since last week & I still have not received

    #4133959 Reply

    mSJ

    From what I was told, once the credit appears you should get it within 2 to 3 business days. my credit appeared Wednesday, so I am hoping it is shows up in my account by morning. If it does I will let you all know.

    #4133596 Reply

    Mary

    I too see a credit on my acct. Any idea what that means in terms of actual processing and receipt of refund?

    #4133237 Reply

    Amrt

    When I log in to my GA Tax Center account I can see my credit. I have the 6-8 week msg when I check my refund status. I filed early & my return was accepted on 1/14.

    #4133209 Reply

    Mary

    Where do you see a credit? And those who had a deposit, did your 6-8 week message change first?

    #4131756 Reply

    Becky

    Has anyone received their Ga refund? I’ve got the 6-8 week message. Anyone heard anything?

    #4130365 Reply

    msJj

    i can see the refund but when is the release date?

    #4129294 Reply

    antionetta

    So this was my first time using Georgia’s WMR site. I filed on 1/23/16 both federal and state and they were both accepted on 1/23/16. I got the message everyone else got about calling the 800 number so I called and the rep told me it was just a generic message and didn’t ask me any questions. Now when I check it says allow 6-8 weeks for processing. My refund is under 1K.
    I haven’t moved past 1 bar on federal WMR either…sucks!

    #4129198 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    I can see my credit when I log in to my account, but when are they refunding that credit is the million dollar question…

    #4129169 Reply

    Anonymous

    @Cathy Boyett – I’m expecting a small refund (under 1K), but still haven’t received since accepted on 1/20.

    #4129117 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    Nicole, was it a large refund? I’ve read where some have received GA refunds but they were small refunds.

    #4129026 Reply

    Anonymous

    @Nicole – dang I was also accepted on 1/20, but no deposit yet :(. Did the GA WMR status update to showing DDD for you? This is the first time I’ve used their WMR, so I don’t know what the norm is.

    #4128436 Reply

    Nkshafal

    Has anyone spoke to a rep and found out why such a delay this year. Nicole is the only person that I have seen with a Georgia refund.

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