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Has anyone received their tax refund early then their ddd?
Kody on Feb 25, 2013
My best friends girlfriend got hers a week ago. And i just got mine
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Bobbie on Feb 25, 2013
NO not really at this time in your life.
You can generally expect the IRS to issue your refund in less than 21 calendar days after we receive your tax return.
And then you do receive your acknowledgment BACK from the IRS that they did RECEIVE your FIT return and that the IRS did ACCEPT your 1040 FIT tax return into the system to start the processing of it at that time. And that you did print you a copy of your acknowledgment notice when you did receive it so that you could read it very slowly and carefully at that time. Then you should start the counting of the days for your possible date of the refund to be sent out to the FMS and then to your account holder number that you did choose to use if you did choose the DD method for your refund.
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Your refund should only be deposited directly into accounts that are in your own name; your spouse’s name or both if it’s a joint account.
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Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 02/25/2013
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