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February 3, 2013 at 7:37 am #5308
Has anyone else received this message about their tax situation. 25er here filed on 20th with Tax Act. Everything the same just did a split disbursement of funds for the first time this year is the only difference. IRS as of Friday said no flags or nothing they saw that would stop the refund, no offsets.
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yea same meesage.. for me with no update still on first bar.. i think it means you will be getting a dd date soon..February 5, 2013 at 10:07 am #5634
Same here. It’s a topic about direct deposits. Nothing bad from what I see.February 5, 2013 at 8:23 pm #5689
I can’t say with certainty that Tax Topic 152 showing up has nothing or something to do with you actually being a step closer to receiving your refund. But, I can say with certainty that it isn’t a bad thing. It’s basically just the policy for direct deposits. Does it mean I’ll get a DD date tomorrow? I don’t take it like that. Here’s how I look at it: Some people don’t have it, Some people have always had it, and some people are just now getting it. Could it be that this is just an indication that something (anything) was done with or to our refund? That’s the direction I’m leaning in. For some of us (the majority that are receiving the notice) that could mean we’re a step closer to receiving our refunds. But for some of us (the minority that have always had this) could it mean that our refunds have taken a step but haven’t (or didn’t immediately) proceeded to the next step for some reason?March 19, 2013 at 10:59 am #16680