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    Joyce98362
    @joyce98362

    This came from the IRS website.

    Question
    Can I file my return electronically even though I am filing a Form 8379, Injured Spouse Allocation?
    Answer
    Yes, you can file Form 8379 electronically with your tax return.

    Generally:

    If you file Form 8379 with a joint return electronically, the time needed to process it is about 11 weeks.
    If you file Form 8379 with a joint return on paper, the time needed is about 14 weeks.
    If you file Form 8379 by itself after a joint return has already been processed, the time needed is about 8 weeks.

    https://www.irs.gov/faqs/irs-procedures/injured-spouse/injured-spouse

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    Joyce98362
    @joyce98362

    Steph, when your return is accepted the wmr should show 1 bar. When approved 2 bars (I think) and then when it is complete and a dd day then I believe it is supposed to go to 3 bars.
    Last year I got my taxes back before the shutdown and it still showed my return still being processed message like what is showing now. Smh

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    Steph-K
    @steph-k

    Question – what does everyone mean when they refer to bars on the WMR website. E-filed and accepted on 3/3 with IS form. Just shows status of “still processing”. Transcripts show nothing for 2020. I was hoping to get our taxes back first part of May. (8 weeks). Anyone else in the same boat?

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    Kirk
    @needmycash

    F/A 2-19 no movement what so ever transcripts still shows N/A debt owed cs this is going to be one long wait

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    Joyce98362
    @joyce98362

    Yeah kayla, that sounds about right. But knowing the IRS it will probably take longer. I have heard of people who are STILL waiting for their taxes from last year. Ugh so frustrating

    #4482550 Reply
    KaylaB

    So technically joyce98362 yours should take 11 weeks which would be April 29th. I filed 2/10 accepted 2/12. Refund was offset 2/24. Sent my IS by certified mail irs recieved on 3/8. So my 8 weeks should be up may 3rd. I still have as of March 15th. Processing date of 3/8.

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    Joyce98362
    @joyce98362

    I just noticed that a lot of people were talking about 8 weeks since accepted and such so I thought I would clear it up. Sorry if I burst any bubbles….

    I filed 1/30, accepted 2/11 and have been stuck ever since. No updates no movement at all.
    Stuck on still being processed on wmr as well. Transcript is showing a as of date and processing date of 3/8. And it is way past that…lol

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