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    jemar707
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    @jemar707

    Share your experience with filing your North Carolina Tax Return and tax refund progress with others. If you have state information this is a great place to post.

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  • #4186660 Reply

    Kelly
    @kelly77

    Tigger-mine was the same as Tin Tin’s. it changed to Stage 2 on Monday and Friday changed to mailed check.

    #4186656 Reply

    Steve11
    @sr0101

    Yay, a change!

    Filed : 1/31
    Accepted: 1/31
    Federal DDD was 2/8 (rcvd 2/7)

    ******
    NC Stage 1 : 2/25

    Just updated today I think

    Your return is in Stage 1. Your tax return is currently being processed. It may take up to 15 days for your return to move to the next stage of processing.

    Good news to me!

    #4186644 Reply

    LEH
    @leslieh

    Hey I have the refund has been mailed too.
    I did a little research and that’s just what they post. If u chose direct deposit instead of check they’ll deposit it into account listed on return.
    I remember last year. They never listed exact deposit date, it just showed up in my bank account. May be the same this year.

    #4186638 Reply

    Tin tin
    @tintin

    Tigger, my status changed to stage 1 on Monday (2/20) and by Friday evening (2/24) it had updated to check mailed. So five working days for me.

    #4186628 Reply

    Tigger

    Kelly- business days or regular days?

    #4186622 Reply

    Kelly
    @kelly77

    Tigger-it took about 5 days to move from Stage 2 to a check has been mailed.

    #4186619 Reply

    Tigger

    I got the stage 2 message yesterday… how long until it updates to status saying the check has been mailed!?

    #4186615 Reply

    mel

    Mine also said a check has been mailed.. I chose direct deposit..??? are they mailing it? I dont live at the address on my tax form anymore, thats why I chose direct deposit.

    #4186420 Reply

    Tin tin
    @tintin

    Once my return processed, I moved from stage 1 and 2 pretty quickly. Now the NC refund inquiry website says my refund has been mailed but I’m confused by this since I requested direct deposit. Hoping it just a computer glitch.

    #4186300 Reply

    Kelly
    @kelly77

    I efiled on 1/23, accepted on 1/25. Message finally changed today from Step 2 to: Your refund check has been mailed. Please allow additional time for delivery. I selected DD, does this mean they are sending me a paper check?

    #4186187 Reply

    Lorraine

    Had this message this morning: **Your return is in Stage 2. We are working to issue your refund. Please allow up to 3 weeks to receive your refund.

    This afternoon changed to :
    Your refund check has been mailed. Please allow additional time for delivery.

    Just wondering when it will tell me that it has been DD.

    #4186151 Reply

    MEH

    My NC refund status now says it is in stage 2. I wonder how long that will take? I filed 1/28 and was accepted the same day. Last year i think it was much faster than this.

    #4186116 Reply

    Jessica

    Just want to say that NC drives me CRAZY!! What should be a simple process takes 6-8 weeks at best! They must have 10 people handling all of the returns….

    #4185913 Reply

    Chverz

    Just checked and status went from

    Your return is in stage 1. Please allow this stage to take up to 15 days

    To

    Your return is in Stage 1. If it has been more than 60 days since you filed your return, please call 1-877-252-3052. To reach an agent, DO NOT select 1 for refunds. Instead, select 5 for all other inquiries, then select 1 for individual income tax.

    I filed on 1/28 and was accepted for federal same day and NC and MI on 1/29
    Like what in the hell is going on at the NCDOR???
    It took me 7 days to get my federal and MI refunds… is this their way of saying they’re close to depositing my refund or are they really that incompetent that it’s going to take them that long to send people their money ?!?

    #4185323 Reply

    LEH
    @leslieh

    Got the youre refund is in stage 2 message today I was accepted on 1/26/17.
    ⬇️Actual message ⬇️

    **Your return is in Stage 2. We are working to issue your refund. Please allow up to 3 weeks to receive your refund.

    #4185262 Reply

    Christi Wood

    MY status has changed to stage 2, how long does this process take? I have lived in several states and this one is probably the longest, I had to file partial year with another state and couldn’t do it until a week after I flied North Carolina and I already received my refund from there.

    #4184912 Reply

    Macaroni

    I checked today on the NC state refund website and my status changed from “Your return is in Stage 1. Your tax return is currently being processed. It may take up to 15 days for your return to move to the next stage of processing.”

    to

    “Your return is in Stage 1. If it has been more than 60 days since you filed your return, please call 1-877-252-3052. To reach an agent, DO NOT select 1 for refunds. Instead, select 5 for all other inquiries, then select 1 for individual income tax.

    I had the first message yesterday and now the second message today. I guess that’s something, right?

    #4182068 Reply

    Jennifer

    Today I got the message “Your return is in Stage 1. Your tax return is currently being processed. It may take up to 15 days for your return to move to the next stage of processing.”

    I filed on January 27th, got accepted on January 30th. I have already received my federal (after 10 days), and SC (after 14 days). Still nothing from NC. So glad this is my last year with NC taxes!!

    #4182040 Reply

    SonniE

    @Haley Ward

    I bank with SECU. They don’t hold or show pending deposits. If I have a deposit like from payroll, they usually show it 4am or 5am on whatever day it suppose to be sent.

    #4181238 Reply

    Macaroni

    I finally got the Stage 1 message this morning. I filed on January 27.

    #4180302 Reply

    craig

    Filed 1/9/17

    On 2/17 I got the

    “Your return is in Stage 1. Your tax return is currently being processed. It may take up to 15 days for your return to move to the next stage of processing.”

    Today I checked and it was

    “Your return is in Stage 1. If it has been more than 60 days since you filed your return, please call 1-877-252-3052. To reach an agent, DO NOT select 1 for refunds. Instead, select 5 for all other inquiries, then select 1 for individual income tax.

    Anybody else got this changed message?

    #4177936 Reply

    Becky olson
    @beciolson

    So I finally went to stage 1 processing yesterday for NC. Can someone tell me how long you stay in stage 1 processing if anyone has actually gotten their NC refund yet. Thanks

    #4175945 Reply

    Haley Ward

    Anyone know if State Employees Credit Union updates deposits overnight? The local branch told me they never “hold” deposits but thats not really what i was asking lol like some banks show deposits after a certain time. Also wandering if they show on weekends?
    been accepted since 1/25 still processing

    #4175620 Reply

    Jessica

    Been accepted for two weeks now…no changes. Still not processed…maybe one year they will speed up their process!

    #4171612 Reply

    Shineyegirl
    @shineyegirl1

    Well checked and got same message of not been processed yet…filed 1/19 accepted 1/23

    #4171265 Reply

    Liz

    I filed 1/13 and was accepted 1/23.

    #4171222 Reply

    LEH
    @leslieh

    Liz,
    When did you file? Just wondering time frame, I filed on 1/26/17
    NC took a month last year,seems to be the new norm now

    #4170954 Reply

    Liz

    New update!!

    “Your return is in Stage 1. Your tax return is currently being processed. It may take up to 15 days for your return to move to the next stage of processing.”

    #4169557 Reply

    Steve11
    @sr0101

    Just a heads up, they did change the message as has been noted on a previous post.

    That said, it doesnt matter if I type in my SSN and refund amount, or random numbers… I get the same message:

    Your return has not been processed. If you filed your return electronically and received an acknowledgement, your return has been received, but has not started processing. If you mailed a paper return, it may take an average of 6 weeks for your return to begin processing. If it has been more than 12 weeks, follow the steps for sending a duplicate return.

    Is anyone getting anything different? Just want to know if the system is just that poorly built… I am guessing they dont bother to update your status at all unless your return is processed and finalized.

    Anyone gotten a refund in NC?

    Filed 1/31, got my federal refund last Tues. No word on NC :(

    #4169092 Reply

    Liz

    I got a new message today.

    “Your return has not been processed. If you filed your return electronically and received an acknowledgement, your return has been received, but has not started processing. If you mailed a paper return, it may take an average of 6 weeks for your return to begin processing. If it has been more than 12 weeks, follow the steps for sending a duplicate return.”

    #4168863 Reply

    Gina P.

    So how long does NC take to start processing returns? It isn’t as if they’re NYS giving back tons of money why does it take so long?

    #4167245 Reply

    Dannie

    Still nothing for NC. This state has truely become a disappointment. I think it’s time to move, and not just because of refund.

    #4160096 Reply

    Macaroni

    Hi. I filed and was accepted on 1/27. NC is extremely slow when it comes to processing. Last year it took a month to get a refund. I’m expecting the same time frame this year.

    #4159998 Reply

    LEH
    @leslieh

    Hello. We filed our NC taxes on 1/26/17. They were accepted these same day. Nothing since says has not been processed. Has anyone received them yet or got to next step.

    #4156362 Reply

    Carrie Shoup

    Submitted 1/23. Accepted at like 2am on 1/24. Here’s the message I keep getting.

    “Your 2016 tax return has not been processed. Refunds are being processed and checks/direct deposits are going out every week. We are working as quickly as possible to issue refunds, as long as they do not have errors or require review. We update refund information by 6 PM daily. Your refund information will remain the same throughout the day. Please wait at least 24 hours before inquiring again”

    No problems with it because I received my Federal refund this morning. No EIC. No additional child tax. Nothing. Frustrated to say the least. Why are they always so slow??

    #4156059 Reply

    Macaroni

    NC is definitely slow when it comes to refunds.

    #4155696 Reply

    karen

    filed NC 1/27, accepted 1/28. Currently “processing”

    #4153560 Reply

    Macaroni

    Update: I was able to efile this morning. HRB fixed it and now the option to efile appeared.

    #4153317 Reply

    Macaroni

    Has anyone had an issue filing the NC state tax? I filed online with H&R Block and it only filed my federal and not the state. There’s an issue with HRB.

    #4150220 Reply

    Kathy

    it has been over 8 weeks for me and I am still getting this message

    Your tax return has been received; however, processing is not complete

    than god I dont need to use the money for anything

    #4149823 Reply

    Anthony

    Received this message last Thursday and still haven’t received my money.

    Thank you for filing electronically. Your refund was issued to the bank account provided and should be processed within 10 days. Please contact your bank for a record of the deposit.

    #4149757 Reply

    Jdaddy23

    Finally!!!

    > Individual > Electronic Services

    Where’s My Refund?

    IMPORTANT: The Department’s average response time for issuing a refund is approximately six weeks from when NCDOR receives a taxpayer’s return.
    Response time should be calculated from the date NCDOR acknowledges receipt of the return, not the date when the return was mailed or electronically submitted by the taxpayer.
    Paper return filers should allow additional time for mailing and processing. Processing can be delayed based on heavy volume, poor print quality or errors made by the taxpayer.
    If you have not received your refund within twelve weeks from the date your return was submitted to NCDOR, please contact the department at 1-877-252-3052.
    In peak processing periods (returns filed closer to the deadline), the time required for issuing refunds may increase due to larger volume.

    Thank you for filing electronically. Your 2015 refund check has been written. Please allow additional time for delivery.

    #4149731 Reply

    Jdaddy23

    Still nothing but screen did change

    > Individual > Electronic Services

    Where’s My Refund?

    IMPORTANT: The Department’s average response time for issuing a refund is approximately six weeks from when NCDOR receives a taxpayer’s return.
    Response time should be calculated from the date NCDOR acknowledges receipt of the return, not the date when the return was mailed or electronically submitted by the taxpayer.
    Paper return filers should allow additional time for mailing and processing. Processing can be delayed based on heavy volume, poor print quality or errors made by the taxpayer.
    If you have not received your refund within twelve weeks from the date your return was submitted to NCDOR, please contact the department at 1-877-252-3052.
    In peak processing periods (returns filed closer to the deadline), the time required for issuing refunds may increase due to larger volume.

    Your tax return has been received, however processing is not complete. We are working quickly to issue refunds weekly. Returns with errors or requiring review will delay the refund. Refund information is updated daily by 6 PM. Please wait at least 24 hours before inquiring again.

    #4149714 Reply

    Amanda

    NC accepted on 01/29 and it is still saying “processing”
    I have called a few times and each time I am told the exact same thing “please allow time for processing we do not need any additional information at this time.”

    #4149493 Reply

    jaddy23

    @freddy
    Me too!
    Hopefully DD in near future. Good luck!!

    #4149486 Reply

    Freddy

    Same here I have no idea what it means I’ve had it a week

    #4149380 Reply

    Jdaddy23

    Anybody received this message got their refund accepted 2/1

    > Individual > Electronic Services

    Where’s My Refund?

    IMPORTANT: The Department’s average response time for issuing a refund is approximately six weeks from when NCDOR receives a taxpayer’s return.
    Response time should be calculated from the date NCDOR acknowledges receipt of the return, not the date when the return was mailed or electronically submitted by the taxpayer.
    Paper return filers should allow additional time for mailing and processing. Processing can be delayed based on heavy volume, poor print quality or errors made by the taxpayer.
    If you have not received your refund within twelve weeks from the date your return was submitted to NCDOR, please contact the department at 1-877-252-3052.
    In peak processing periods (returns filed closer to the deadline), the time required for issuing refunds may increase due to larger volume.

    Your tax return has been received; however, processing is not complete. Refund information is updated daily by 6 PM. Please wait at least 72 hours before inquiring again.

    #4145400 Reply

    Tricia

    I’m back to “Not completed yet”. I broke down and called Tuesday (when WMR still said to call) and the agent told me it was completed and should be in my account in 10 days or less. Hoping for a deposit next week.

    #4145233 Reply

    Shineyegirl
    @shineyegirl1

    Got deposit this morning. I suspect some of the others have as well as they have not come back. Lol Good luck!!

    #4145133 Reply

    Ugh
    @festivacf

    Still stuck on call 800 number. :(

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