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The most frequently asked question we have is when will the IRS WMR update and what day are tax refund deposits. Use our calendar to find out what day you can expect to receive your tax refund.

🚨 IRS Letter 6419 and Letter 6475 important for some tax returns to reduce errors and delays.

IRS Letter 6419 and 6475

Check the mail for IRS Letter 6419 and IRS Letter 6475 to prepare your Tax Return. (Letter 6475 only applies to the third round of Economic Impact Payments.) The IRS stated information in the letters will help to reduce errors and delays. IRS started sending the letters to people who received the advance child tax credit payments and third Economic Impact Payments. The letter 6419 includes the total amount of advance child tax credit payments taxpayers received in 2021 and the number of qualifying children used to calculate the advance payments. The letter 6475 will help Economic Impact Payment recipients determine if they are entitled to and should claim the recovery rebate credit. The amount is needed to file tax return. Here is the statement from them about IRS Letter 6419 and 6475.

When does IRS accept tax returns in 2022?

The IRS will begins accepting tax returns on January 24, 2022. In 2021 the IRS did not start accepting tax returns until February 4, 2021 due to changes in legislation.

When Can You File Taxes in 2022?

Most tax preparers will allow you to enter and submit your tax return beginning the first week of January 2021.  You don’t need to wait for the IRS to start accepting tax returns to start, but you must have the proper forms and paperwork. Some forms are not available until mid January and some even later.  When you submit your return before the IRS begins processing, it will sit in a “queue” and be held until the date that the IRS will officially accept tax returns.  If you e-file early and it sits in queue, your return may be sent to the IRS early in a test batch. This has resulted in early direct deposits in the past, but also major glitches because they are tests after all.

Where is the IRS Refund Cycle Chart?

2022 Refund Cycle Chart
The most recent tax refund cycle charts have already been published. The official IRS tax refund cycle chart has been eliminated and replaced with an IRS Information Guidelines for the Tax Preparation Community publication and the IRS says the best way to check the status of your refund is using the Where’s My Refund tool. However, various websites with refund calendars for the 2022 tax season (2021 tax year) have been updated with 2022 direct deposit and check mailing dates.

When to Expect My Refund?

IRS Refund Schedule Charts typically show that early filers whose returns are accepted before the end of January can anticipate a tax refund direct deposit as early as the first week of February.  The day that IRS deposits refunds varies but we notice trends that help you determine the time and days WMR updates and when your tax return is processed.  This is an explanation and FAQ about when the IRS updates WMR and Transcripts.

The refund calendar by the College Investor is a good reference which has been updated for 2022 here:  When To Expect My Tax Refund.

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  1. Sheila_33
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    If you have been unable to access your transcripts online, the IRS has added a way to register for an account called ID Me that may be easier to use. A few users are reporting success and it’s not as complicated. Go to Irs.gov tax account and you can access your transcript thru there if you’re able to register.


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  2. Sheila_33
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    @Not logged in kdinaz: Probably not much help since I just checked mine and there’s nothing there, but my 2020 transcripts are back up.


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  3. Sheila_33
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    @Not logged in kdinaz: Have you checked the notices sent on the tax account log in?


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  4. Not logged in kdinaz

    Has anyone gotten their letter about the 3rd stimulus from irs? We got the ctc letter earlier this week.


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  5. Not logged in kdinaz

    @Sweetsweetcash: we have 5 people so the 3rd stimulus we got 7000 but transcript is only showing 5600…last year was first yesr we filed married jointly and had 2 new dependents and i had to get congresswomen involved to get the stimulus for the 2 new dependents…. Plus it shows on the tab on irs account that we only got $2800..then transcript shows 5600$ neither are correct


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  6. MaryB

    Hello there everyone!


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  7. ghee

    What’s a good debit card that take up to $20,000 direct deposit limit?


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  8. Lady O

    Hello . Did you the know the IRS has updated their site and now you can access your ctc payments amounts, stimulus payments amounts, and documents they have sent you like identity pin letters etc, if you have ID ME you can login & access everything easier.


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  9. Sheila_33
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    @[email protected] Christyne: https://www.efile.com/child-tax-credit-advanced-payments/
    Another IRS page that gives the information you’re looking for. Unfortunately, it looks like if someone received the advanced payments but doesn’t claim the child on their 2021 return, there may be an issue.
    If you did not claim your dependent on the 2020 return, but it is your year to claim on the 2021 return, you are the spouse who should receive the credit. The spouse who claimed the dependent for 2020 will want to unenroll on the IRS tool (via the tool see below: IRS Child Tax Credit Portal) and you will want to add your dependent and claim them on your 2021 tax return due in 2022. If the spouse does not opt out, see the link below. Alternatively, both parties can make the necessary child tax credit adjustment on the respective 2021 tax returns in 2022. For example, if a spouse received the 2021 advanced child tax credit incorrectly, that spouse would not claim the dependent in question on the 2021 tax return, while the other spouse would claim that dependent and enter 0 (number zero) as advanced child tax credit payment.


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  10. Sheila_33
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    According to the IRS general question/answer page.. You will be able to claim the full amount of the Child Tax Credit for your child on your 2021 tax return even if the other parent received advance Child Tax Credit payments. The other parent should have unenrolled from receiving advance credits.


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  11. jcookroxx

    @Erica Christyne: @Sheila_33: Im curious about this also. Did you find anything out?


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  12. Sweetsweetcash

    @Not logged in kdinaz: keep in mind we recieved a stimulus at the end of 2020 so the ones reflecting on 2021 wont show the 1400 from 2020


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  13. Sweetsweetcash

    instead of waiting for notices in the mail be sure to register for irs.gov so you can view tax notices, get your, IP PIN, and transcripts online alot of people wait on the mail each year and miss deadlines and important info in regards to their taxes that can be easily accessed online. HAPPY TAXING :)


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  14. Sweetsweetcash

    *******TAX LETTERS **** for the start of the tax year please dont forget if you have not already to register online at irs.gov for you tax account so that you can view transcripts and updates online and track your refunds. You are also able to view any notices or letters that have been sent out in your tax account.


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  15. Sheila_33
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    So I checked the IRS processing calendar and when they do hub testing batches, it’s gonna be really cutting it close to opening day. No set days of hub testing I can find yet. Hopefully, it’s not a cluster of returns going in at the same time like last years craziness.


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  16. Sheila_33
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    @Not logged in kdinaz: It’s possible it just hasn’t updated yet. My 2021 went missing a week ago, and has not came back yet. Seems to be some glitchery going on.


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  17. LWBOSS

    @Sheila_33: ok thanks


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  18. Not logged in kdinaz

    Sheila,

    Please help.. So i just looked at 2021 account transcript and it shows all of our ctc payments correctly.however its missing one of our stimulus it shows we got 5600 when we got 7000
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  19. Sheila_33
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    @Erica Christyne: It really looks like it could get complicated this year with those credits. I’m doing some digging in the 2022 manual and see if there’s anything to reference it. If I find something, I’ll update.


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  20. Erica Christyne

    So I have a question: If I didn’t get the child tax credit for my kids and their father did but it’s my year to claim them, will my taxes be OK? Like they won’t hold it and stuff? I read that if he did get the money and doesn’t claim them this year that he’ll have to pay it back.


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  21. Sheila_33
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    @LWBOSS: If they claimed them on the 2020 return, and you didn’t and you received no Actc payments and you’re now claiming them on the 2021 return then yes. It’s a 2021 credit and it’s due to the one claiming them on the 2021 return. If the one claiming them on the 2020 was a relative or ex spouse, then there is a provision in the IRS manual that allows the payments to both on other credits so it may not be an issue.


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  22. LWBOSS

    @Sheila_33: so what ur saying is I just need to say I didn’t received the ctc for 2021 and file like normal right?


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  23. Sheila_33
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    @LWBoss: If you are claiming them this year for 2021, and haven’t received any actc credits, then you will need to enter that most likely. It’s going to get complicated, but it is a 2021 credit and if you’re claiming them, it’s entitled to you if you’re claiming them for the whole year.


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  24. Sheila_33
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    If you have been unable to access your transcripts online, the IRS has added a way to register for an account called ID Me that may be easier to use. A few users are reporting success and it’s not as complicated. Go to Irs.gov tax account and you can access your transcript thru there if you’re able to register.


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  25. Sheila_33
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    @Marie0204: You are the second one I’ve seen with that issue and filing with TT. Definitely check those child credits and as the previous user stated, you might have to go in individually and enter those received amounts for each dependent.


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  26. Monee

    @Marie0204: the same thing happened to me. You have to go through and answer the questionnaire for each child


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  27. LWBOSS

    I have a question now if someone else filed my kids last year and got the child tax credit do I deduct the difference received if I’m filing the kids for this year? I am confused by t&is and I didn’t received the form in the mail for the ctc payments but the other person did. What do I do when filing them for this year?


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  28. Marie0204

    @Sheila_33: turbo tax. Will take a look. As soon as I added the advance credits it said I owed that much. I don’t get it.


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  29. Sheila_33
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    @Marie0204: Check your summary and see how much additional tax credit was added. What tax software are you using?


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  30. DebMom
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    • 1040, Earned Income Tax Credit, 1099, W2

    @Sheila_33: so perhaps testing will begin around the middle of the month


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  31. Marie0204

    Im doing my estimate (still waiting for letters) and so far I’m owing the IRS but I made less in 2021 than in 2020. Anyone experiencing the same? I received the child tax credits but I thought it got increased and it would even out. I don’t get how I’m owing.


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  32. ghee

    It’s true guys if you log in on its site to view transcripts you can use your IDMe login info I just did it and I finally after 9 years of being on this site signing up for credit cards etc just to view my trans I can finally see my transcripts try it out


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  33. Walker

    Will the look back provision delay my tax return


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  34. Samiam

    @Sheila_33: thank you!


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  35. Sheila_33
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    @Samiam: You might go into the notices and see if there is anything there.


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  36. Samiam

    Another question. Sorry. I submitted through turbotax thinking i would get the advance. Come to find out I have to wait to be accepted. But if I go to jackson hewitt i can get the advance now. Can I do that? Will it just void my TT refund?


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  37. Samiam

    Is it possible to get the letter that states how much we received from ctc online? I have the idme?


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  38. Smg

    @Sharon O: That’s unfortunate, I’m sure I’m in the same boat. Would have been nice to have it pretty soon, but I’m not really holding my breath. I am keeping my fingers crossed that this year goes fairly smoothly. We’ve been lucky enough to get our refund the last week of February since PATH started, so I’m hoping for that again.


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  39. BB

    Did anyone else notice on the IRS operations update, for amended returns on the last update it had 2.3 million unprocessed returns and on the newly update it had 2.3 unprocessed returns. So does that mean they have processed no returns from update to update. If that’s so people we are looking at a delay from hell with amended returns and possible delay hell this filing season especially for those with amended returns still hanging in limbo.


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  40. Sheila_33
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    @Buckeye89: Wonderful news!!! I was really hoping it would be easier.


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  41. Sheila_33
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    @DebMom: Last year they didn’t start until February because the year was so messed up. From what I can remember, the year before, it was about a 10 days before tax season opened for the first batch and about 5 days later for the second batch. I do remember I was processed the Friday before the season opened.


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  42. Buckeye89

    @Sheila_33:
    Nope! Did not have all the phone and other verifications. I played around with it and found alot of stuff, like when I amended a few years back


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  43. Sheila_33
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    @Buckeye89: Hey, Happy New Year to you! So you weren’t able to see transcripts before?


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  44. Ninda

    @GiveUsOur$$: That wont delay my refund if they see that my sons ssn has already been disbursed funds to someone else? thats what i am worried about. Because theyre saying im eligible for a recovery rebate and the missing CTC that was given to his father


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  45. Buckeye89

    @Sheila_33:
    Happy New Year!
    Just done the IRS IDme. It was simple and it was nice to be able to see. Thanks for the info. May this this year not be so full of BS for people. But we all know with the IRS, that is not likely.


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  46. DebMom
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    Does anyone remember the time table for early test batches starting last year? I want to say about a week before IRS officially opened


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  47. Sheila_33
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    @Amy: Good afternoon lady. There’s a different department for the amendeds so there shouldn’t be an issue with the processing of this year’s return. But they’re so backed up, that some may see this year’s refund before the they see the amended refund for last year. And that date snapping back, was the systems attempt to finish the processing but couldn’t. But, I know you already know that. I really hope this year goes smoother.🙂


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  48. Sheila_33
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    @Mike: Welcome back! Thank you for letting me know. I was hoping it would be easier to register. The card number route was a nightmare for so many.


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  49. Sharon O

    @Smg: I also had an amended filed late August and got the take action message. My as of date went to 1/10 but back to 10/4. Spoke to a live person who said it hadn’t even been assigned to a person yet.


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  50. GiveUsOur$$

    @Ninda: You should be receiving the IRS form this week or next showing exactly what you’ve received. If what you file & what is on the form don’t match you will most likely have a delay. You don’t file with what your ex got, that’s his problem LOL. He may or may not have to pay his part back. But you should get your CTC for that particular child. Good Luck!!


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  51. Mike
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      Jan-19
    • Bars:
      1st Bar
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      Online
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    • 1040, Schedule C, W2

    @Sheila_33: Hello! I am back for another year. I also had access via IRS online, however changed my business cell number associated with the account, so I needed to re register with the ID.me. Found the process very easy, simple soft pull on credit, no need to fill in last 6 of credit card etc, also verified via drivers license photo and a live selfie. Should make registration for people who need to get an online account a lot easier this year.


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  52. Smg

    @Amy19: Mine did the same thing! Its back to 10/4 now. A few people on FB have said they called, one person with the same dates (and filed about the same time I did, late August) said the person on the phone said they would email that department (amended returns I guess?) and that they would have 30 days ( I assume to complete it) I have not called. I also don’t put a ton of faith in what the people who answer the phone say.


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  53. Ninda

    I have a question. My ex claimed one of my kids last year and received the advanced CTC, well this year i am claiming that kiddo so when filing it asks how much I received for advanced CTC do I put that the total amount for all my children as received because money was disbursed on his behalf and I really dont want a delay in filing


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  54. Amy19
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      Feb-18
    • Bars:
      MIA
    • Date Approved:
      Apr-21
    • Transcript:
      Online
    • Cycle Code:
      20211603
    • Cycle:
      Daily
    • As of:
      Mar-1
    • Processing Date:
      May-10
    • 1040, Schedule C, 1099, W2
    • I Got My Refund!
    • Deposit Date:
      Apr-26

    @Sheila_33: Good afternoon, Sheila. Now that tax season opens this month, what happens to the “stuck” amended returns? Will someone look at the amended return once we file the 2021 return? Ours is still stuck on 10/4, it did bounce out over the weekend to 1/3/22 but I knew that wouldn’t stick seeing as it was already passed that date. Thanks!


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  55. Fed+tf+up+wit+the+IRS

    @Give Us Our $$ I got the same message on wmr and they audited me I still haven’t received my 2020 refund yet. Im so sorry u got that message code it sucks bad. Advice I have is keep calling ask if there os a predated letter for you in the system.


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  56. Sheila_33
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      What Bars?
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      Online
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    • Earned Income Tax Credit

    The IRS has started a new log in option for tax accounts/transcripts called ID Me. I switched to it for my tax account and needed my Driver’s license and a few other simple answers. I am also able to access my transcripts from the tax account. Not sure how much it helps or if it matters since I already had log in access, but if you can’t access your online transcripts, it might be an option to try. If anyone tries it, please update.


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  57. Rishhhh

    E-file already done. Hoping to be on IRS test batch and no issues. 🙏

    Praying for faster refund this year.


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  58. Hazel:

    @Dr: sign into your account IRS website and check correspondence and letters. Letter posted as of yesterday for me and mail should be on the way as well.


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  59. GiveUsOur$$

    Has anyone gotten the message on WMAR “Take Action” then gives the number to call the IRS? I called and the agent said everything looks fine and call back after 20 weeks :(
    Why not just leave the bars on there? This made me think something was wrong with my amended return.


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  60. Dr

    Do anyone know when they suppose to send out ip pin numbers


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  61. Health Insurance Broker

    @kathyarzola: 1095-As are already available.
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  62. DebMom
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      Jan-10
    • Fees:
      Free
    • State:
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    • Bank:
      Credit Karma
    • 1040, Earned Income Tax Credit, 1099, W2

    @Kitty104: yep which means test batches around the 17th


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  63. DebMom
    • Tax Preparer:
      Turbo Tax
    • Date Filed:
      Jan-10
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      Free
    • State:
      Texas
    • Bank:
      Credit Karma
    • 1040, Earned Income Tax Credit, 1099, W2

    Well I clicked to e-file so now we wait. Wonder if I will get approved for TT advance lol. Probably not but it’s my chump change


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  64. Don25
    • Tax Preparer:
      H&R Block
    • Date Filed:
      Jan-20
    • Fees:
      In Advance
    • State:
      MI
    • Bank:
      5th third
    • Date Accepted:
      Jan-20
    • Bars:
      What Bars?
    • Date Approved:
      Jan-20
    • 1099, W2

    Hello everyone. I read that the IRS was going to hire 87,000 new workers over the next 10 years. That should speed things along if it wasn’t a pipe dream.


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  65. AmandaO

    I was hoping to get into a test batch but waiting on Schedule C and QBI Form 8995

    01/27 for QBI form. Ugh.


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  66. Kitty104

    Hi everyone Jan 24th is the date of opening for 2022!


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  67. Smg

    @kathyarzola: my form was available a couple days ago


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  68. kathyarzola

    Has anyone been able to access their tax forms on the healthcare marketplace yet?


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  69. Sheila_33
    • Tax Preparer:
      FreeTaxUSA
    • Fees:
      Free
    • State:
      FL
    • Bank:
      Bluebird
    • Bars:
      What Bars?
    • Transcript:
      Online
    • Cycle:
      Weekly
    • Earned Income Tax Credit

    @Lisa in Atlanta: It’s a good sign something’s going on behind the scenes, hopefully for the positive. Fingers crossed you see a 571 and a 846 this Friday.


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  70. Buckey12
    • Tax Preparer:
      Turbo Tax
    • Date Filed:
      Jan-9
    • Fees:
      From Refund
    • State:
      KY
    • Bank:
      FNB
    • Date Accepted:
      Jan-21
    • Bars:
      1st Bar
    • Transcript:
      Online
    • Cycle:
      Weekly
    • 1040, Earned Income Tax Credit, Additional Child Tax Credit, W2

    Good evening, everyone! I hope everyone has a great tax season, and for those of you seeing some As-of date changes, hopefully, that’s a sign of some movement on your old returns. I had all my documents already and decided to file my Federal with TurboTax. Kentucky forms won’t be ready until the 13th. While I kept my DD the same, I decided this year to let TT take the fees out from the refund. Now, it’s on to the ever-popular test-batch waiting game. LOL


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