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Bobbie on Jan 26, 2013
“Where’s My Refund?” will be available for use after the IRS starts processing tax returns on Jan. 30. Here are some tips for using “Where’s My Refund?” after it’s available on Jan. 30:
•Initial information will generally be available within 24 hours after the IRS receives the taxpayer’s e-filed return or four weeks after mailing a paper return.
•The system updates every 24 hours, usually overnight. There’s no need to check more than once a day.
•“Where’s My Refund?” provides the most accurate and complete information that the IRS has about the refund, so there is no need to call the IRS unless the web tool says to do so.
•To use the “Where’s My Refund?” tool, taxpayers need to have a copy of their tax return for reference. Taxpayers will need their social security number, filing status and the exact dollar amount of the refund they are expecting.
For the latest information about the Jan. 30 tax season opening, tax law changes and tax refunds, visit IRS.gov.
Additional IRS Resources:
IRS Plans Jan. 30 Tax Season Opening For 1040 Filers
Where’s My Refund? – It’s Quick, Easy and Secure
Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 01/26/2013
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Jenni on Jan 26, 2013
Depends how you filed. If you e-filed then you will recieve and e-mail.
stlouiscurt on Jan 26, 2013
You want to check if your tax RETURN has been accepted. A tax refund is what you get back if you had more withheld than you owed (you gave the government a free loan).
Linda R on Jan 26, 2013
Call IRS and ask.
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