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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

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  • #4127866 Reply

    Anonymous

    Nicole – so you received your actual deposit today? When was your return accepted?

    #4127633 Reply

    Jennifer

    It seems maybe everyone is getting this 6-8 week message! And I don’t know anyone who has actually received a Georgia state refund yet! Very frustrating!

    #4127566 Reply

    Cathy
    @boye1964

    Has anyone actually received a refund from GA yet? If so, when was your return accepted? I filed mine on 1/19 & it was accepted 1/20, today the status is :

    Your tax return has been received. Please allow 6-8 weeks from the date filed for your tax return to complete processing.Georgia Department of Revenue issues most refunds within 30 business days. Our phone and walk-in representatives can research the status of your refund only if it has been 30 days or more since you filed electronically, more than 6 weeks since you mailed your paper return, or if “Where’s My Refund?” directs you to contact us.

    Before making an inquiry, please allow thirty business days.

    #4127229 Reply

    Anonymous

    Ok I see I’m not the only one who status changed from Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 1- 877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711 to speak to a Rep. Now it saying please allow 6-8 weeks for processing.

    #4127060 Reply

    Marlene

    Rob did you have a state off set ?

    #4126983 Reply

    Footballfam123
    @footballfam123

    Same with me. Now says give 6-8 weeks. I haven’t gotten state or federal refund. Dying a slow death over here! UUGGGHHHHHH

    #4126957 Reply

    Nicole

    The message will change, give it a few days. Status for me changed yesterday, this morning it was in my account.

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    Rachelrs87
    @rachelrs87

    @christina1178: Mine did the same thing this morning. Before, it told me to call a number. I called the number a few days ago, and they told me that the message to call that number was a glitch, and that my refund was pending release. This morning, that message has gone away, and it simply says to wait 6 weeks to it to be processed. I did get my federal in my bank account this morning though, and that’s better than a state refund any day!

    #4126684 Reply

    christina1178

    When I checked the Ga State refund status it states a different message than it did before. Any idea what this means? They’re saying my return has been recieved and to please allow 6 to 8 weeks for processing?

    #4126533 Reply

    rob

    I got what appears to be my state refund this morning….but it was only $59 and it should have been $853. anyone else have this issue? im calling them this morning to find out.

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    Anonymous

    Is it mandatory to call because I’m confused. Normally they just release them

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    ~Sadie LAdy~
    @merkitaminasi

    I called this morning. The lady said it was a glitch about calling the 800 number and everyone’s says that BUT she did say it can take 30-45 days to get refund. So I’m not thinking I’m seeing state refund anytime soon.

    #4123899 Reply

    Becky

    So I got the message to call in to a service rep for GA. I called them last Monday and verified my name and address. Still have the same message on GA WMR and no money. I was accepted on the 20th. Should they really be taking this long?

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    Rachelrs87
    @rachelrs87

    Just to calm anyone’s nerves who may have seen this error message… “Your return has been received, and it is currently being processed. Please contact the Taxpayer Services Division Refund Inquiry Section at 1-877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) to speak to a Taxpayer Services Representative.”

    I had this message showing on my GA state refund status when I checked the status. I thought something was wrong, and everyone else was advising to call the number because something was being reviewed. I called and spoke with a lady just a minute ago. She told me that this was a system glitch and that my refund was pending release. She said not to worry, that nothing was wrong and there was no need to call this number. :) Hopefully I’ll have my $ soon!

    #4118345 Reply

    Nicole

    Hi all just wanted to share some info for the longest since my acceptance the status of my Georgia refund has stated:

    “Your return has been received, and it is currently being processed. Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 1- 877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) option 3 to speak with a Representative.”

    I wasn’t gonna call because I was hoping it would just update on its own but it didn’t Anyway I called the number and hit the option provided, I was asked a few questions name address ssn and where i was employed for the year 2015 and just like that my refund was released. Don’t wait guys go ahead and call so you can get the same results. I checked the status again and it shows processing and the message to call the number is gone.

    Hope this helps :-)

    #4117335 Reply

    sadie

    Mine is still processing. Accepted Jan 20

    #4117054 Reply

    Becky

    @amchelem
    Did you have to call in and verify info for GA. Do you mind me asking what day was you accepted?
    Thanks

    #4117047 Reply

    amchelem

    When I go to check the status it says my deposit date is tomorrow.

    #4116923 Reply

    Becky

    Anyone got any money from GA yet? I’m still getting processing message.

    #4116179 Reply

    Bugsy1971

    Those posts about Option 3 are from last year. The dates are all from 2015.

    It seems like everyone is getting the same message. For a few hours on Wednesday, mine said under review then went back to this processing message that everyone has.

    I’m hoping to see something positive from them Monday. Georgia has been really fast the last few years, although it seems they keep finding issues with me. Four years ago, I worked for a company that was an ESOP. The company was sold and us longtime employees received a good chunk of change. I opted for them to go ahead and pay my taxes out of it, and they did.

    The state of Georgia however, claimed they had no record of receiving the money, federal did though, and it’s been a fight with them ever since. Last year they kept my entire refund and once again, I sent in all of my paperwork and proof that they were paid. They decided I owed a few penalties and interest, because of their screw up and eventually gave me part of my refund. We should be even now as I haven’t heard anything from them since them.

    My state isn’t a huge amount, but I still want it….and soon.

    #4116176 Reply

    MsNickie
    @msnickie

    I got the same thing this morning, but I went through it last year. All I had to do is call and verify some info and received my refund in 2-3 days. They told me 21 days, though. The best way to get through is to press option 1 to check the status and after you go through the process it will automatically transfer you.

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    ~Sadie LAdy~
    @merkitaminasi

    Your return has been received, and it is currently being processed. Please contact the Taxpayer Services Division Refund Inquiry Section at 1-877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) to speak to a Taxpayer Services Representative.Georgia Department of Revenue issues most refunds within 30 business days. Our phone and walk-in representatives can research the status of your refund only if it has been 30 days or more since you filed electronically, more than 6 weeks since you mailed your paper return, or if “Where’s My Refund?” directs you to contact us.

    Before making an inquiry, please allow thirty business days

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    ~Sadie LAdy~
    @merkitaminasi

    i got the same message. i think the one’s without option 3 are generic. but we’ll know on monday

    #4115932 Reply

    Marlene

    Mine states the same but without the option 3 ….

    #4115440 Reply

    Rebekah

    Mine says this when I inquire, it’s doesn’t say specifically option 3 like everyone else is saying. Is this the same thing?

    Your return has been received, and it is currently being processed. Please contact the Taxpayer Services Division Refund Inquiry Section at 1-877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) to speak to a Taxpayer Services Representative.

    #4108734 Reply

    Chanta

    I had the same thing happen to me. They most likely will want a copy of your W2. Your return has been processed already but they will not apply any taxes that you paid them until you provide them a copy of your w2. In the meantime, you will receive a bill for them indicating that you owe them taxes. Once they receive your w2, your taxes will sit in quene until they can revise it. Once they revise it, they will adjust your taxes withheld. If they owe you money back, you get a refund.

    My state taxes were accepted 02/01. Sent them my W2 on 2/09. Spoke to many reps and supervisor before I was given detailed information about their processes. As of today 02/24 they have not worked any faxes received prior to 02/09. I am waiting for the supervisor to call me back to inform me of what date they are working. Hopefully this will help those that are still waiting on their Ga state refund.

    #4108042 Reply

    Anonymous

    ***THIS IS AN IMPORTANT UPDATE***

    If on the Georgia Refund website it specifically says

    Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 1- 877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) option 3 to speak with a Representative

    YOU MUST, YOU MUST, call the number, choose option 3, then choose option 3 again (even if you have not talked to someone before) then either stay in the que or when they ask for a call back number give them your number and they will call back from a Utah number, and then you have to verify a bunch of information and they will then AND ONLY THEN, release your refund. If you do not do this, then I have been told they will eventually release your refund after 3-5 months. They are saying this is because identity theft, but I am convinced it is a stalling tactic.

    YOU HAVE TO CALL!!!

    #4108039 Reply

    Anonymous

    ***THIS IS AN IMPORTANT UPDATE***

    If on the Georgia Refund website it specifically says

    Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 1- 877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) option 3 to speak with a Representative

    YOU MUST, YOU MUST, call the number, choose option 3, then choose option 3 again (even if you have not talked to someone before) then either stay in the que or when they ask for a call back number give them your number and they will call back from a Utah number, and then you have to verify a bunch of information and they will then AND ONLY THEN, release your refund. If you do not do this, then I have been told they will eventually release your refund after 3-5 months. They are saying this is because identity theft, but I am convinced it is a stalling tactic.

    YOU HAVE TO CALL!!!

    #4107216 Reply

    Jillie

    I checked the GA WMR today and got this message — “Your return has been received, and it is currently being processed. Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 1- 877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) option 3 to speak with a Representative.”

    Is it because my husband had several W-2’s this year? Or does it have to do with my 1099? I have no idea what this could be about and want to have an idea before I call.

    #4103487 Reply

    Shanihw

    I received this same message. Called in and had to verify all of my employers for 2014. She then released my return and said to expect the refund in 7-21 days.

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    Anonymous

    My GA account has changed to a negative… when it was on option 3 forever!

    #4100815 Reply

    Faith H

    For those getting the dreaded ‘800 number option 3’ message. Option 3 is the Special Investigations/Fraud department. We got that message last year and had to fax in our W2s for income verification. We got it again this year, they need W2s again and said after they receive those and verify our income they will process our refund in a few weeks.

    I asked the reasoning behind needing to verify income and they stated 2013 it was because my husband changed jobs…..understandable. He, however, did NOT change jobs in 2014 and they still need to verify income :(. I think we’re on a list LOL

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    Faith H

    Just called, option 3 is ‘Special Investigations and Fraud Detection’, and again they need W2s for income verification. My DH changed jobs in 2013 and she said they need W2s to verify income for that. I told her we SENT them in already for 2013 and she said yep….but he didn’t work there a full year in 2013 so we need to verify them again in 2014. Then gave me the number to fax them in, told me I could call back in 48 hours to make sure they received the W2 and then it would take a few weeks for a refund. GREAT!!!!

    #4100267 Reply

    Faith H

    I got that last year, and just checked and have it again this year. Last year we had to fax in W2s to verify income. Too early to call today, but I’m guessing it’s something similar.

    #4097429 Reply

    BEndicott

    I checked the GA WMR today and got this message — “Your return has been received, and it is currently being processed. Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 1- 877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) option 3 to speak with a Representative.”

    Has anyone else received this message and called and spoken with someone about this?? I don’t know what it could be about…and I would love to have an idea before I call. So, has anyone else had to deal with this?!?!

    #4093912 Reply

    cdavis3782

    What does this mean? Your return has been received, and it is currently being processed. Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 1- 877-GADOR11 (1-877-423-6711) option 3 to speak with a Representative.

    #4093728 Reply

    Ms Mitcj

    Refund tracker gives me information doesn’t match. Accepted on 1/13. Called number doesn’t give an option for 2014 tax year! Never had this happen before.

    #4093727 Reply

    Ms Mitcj

    Ga refund tracker gives me information doesn’t match message. Got accepted on 1/13/15. When call it doesn’t give an option for 2014 tax year. Never had this happen to me before.

    #8251 Reply

    Karma2678
    @karma2678

    Thanks! GA just accepted our return Tuesday. I just checked on the GA WMR site and it says ‘we’ve received your return and please allow us 6-8 weeks to process’ WTF??? I’m not sure if that’s a generic message they give everyone or if we will get reviewed as well. I wouldn’t be surprised since we did owe them and they put a lien against us in years past.

    I KNOW they owe us money from last year. I’ve done the figuring and we owed them $368 out of the $1068 we put in. Well, they kept the difference AND they took the money from our federal return. I plan on having them show US how the kept this money AFTER we get our $819 they owe us this year. I don’t want to cause them any reason to hold the funds this year. We need every little penny we can get our family needs to get into a new place ASAP. We did not get as much federal back as we were thinking we’d get. We had a new baby in 2012 giving us 3 children. Family members who have 3 kids get back 9K and more each year, so I thought we would. NOPE… 5485.00. Our income did increase this year from last year, so it reduced our EIC a good bit. I know its better to make more income we were just kind of depending on that 9k…lol

    #8039 Reply

    Anonymous

    Thanks Karma! I hope my excel spreadsheet mileage log is good enough for them. I would honestly think they’d have bigger fish to fry. Guess that’s what happens when you file early and they’ve got time on their hands. Good luck with yours this year! I’ll send good thoughts your way!

    #7892 Reply

    Karma2678
    @karma2678

    Haven’t had GA to accept my return yet,but I’m wondering how things will go w/them this year. They aren’t the easiest to work with.

    I wish you the best of luck with them. IF you end up owing them anything my advice is to pay them rather quickly. We did not and a debt of $700 increased to an extreme amount and then they took out a lien on us, which is now on our credit reports for several years. Its paid and all but getting it off your credit is damn near impossible and it cost us much more to obtain any loans or cc’s.

    I do hope it doesn’t come to this for you and you get your refund. We had an offset where they took their money from our fed return last year,but our state return was processed first so they took all of that AND the FULL amount from our federal return. So we have now overpaid,but it looks like they just took that as a tip, because they won’t give it back to us. I don’t get it.

    #7879 Reply

    Anonymous

    I just received notice from GA that they want documentation regarding my schedule C deductions. They literally want me to copy all my receipts and milage logs and mail it all to them before they will pay my $2,000 refund. crazy. I hate GA….

    anyone else in GA having the same issue?

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