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falsi fiable on Jan 25, 2013
The IRS has announced that 90% of filers can expect a refund in 21 days. The IRS is not accepting returns until January 30.
Jackson Hewitt would be glad to offer you a refund anticipation loan. Stay away as those are very expensive. Just be patient.
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Jo on Jan 25, 2013
If I filed with Jackson Hewitt – I would ask them.
If I filed with Jackson Hewitt – I would know that filing with them does not give me special priority over any one else.
I would know the refunds come when they come.
rtfm on Jan 25, 2013
If you file with Jackson Hewitt, they should tell you when to expect your refund.
The IRS is accepting returns starting on January 30, and they are advising taxpayers to expect a 21-day wait for their refunds.
Bash Limpbutt's Oozing Cyst© on Jan 25, 2013
Same timeline as with any other service — 90% of taxpayers should have their refunds in 21 days or less if they e-file and opt for direct deposit.
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