Path act

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    Toni

    Just want one answer … but the right answer ?
    Does the path act mean you are already approved?
    That’s all , pretty simple!
    Thanks 👍🏻

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    deeray

    I have not received any updates unfortunately, unlike everyone else who seemed to have gotten some good news on 2/17, in regards to their PATHACT. I also claimed eic/actc, filed and accepted on 1/24, had the PATHACT notification for about a week, then a change in status to “being processed” which is still remaining on 2/19.
    My question is, I noticed some of you are seeing “codes”. Where are you seeing this at? On tax transcripts?
    Thanks.

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    Khcuttin

    Have an EIC…projected deposit date was Feb 22nd.. I looked at my American Express Serve card balance and it had my refund! From the time the IRS accepted my refund till deposited was 48 hours!! Check your cards, not the site because on the IRS wmr it still doesn’t say deposited, but it was. Weird but true.

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    nicki313

    Nope. I had path act. Now I have code 570….yayyy being held for further action.

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    megan
    @jaszmeg05

    Glad someone answered that, because Ive had the same question now, and a lot of people are stating that it dose mean its been approved and they just have to hold it until the 15. UGH need the right answers for sure

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    Kaycee Messmer I

    Not at all! Just a generic message stating that your refund will be held.

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