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Will the IRS start taking e files on January 14 2013?

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  1. on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    No.

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  2. falsi fiable on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    Not before January 17, 2013.

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  3. Allan on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    They will not begin processing them until January 22nd but you could use an online service like TurboTax. They offer free filing and you can finish your return now and get your refund amount aand they will automatically turn it into the IRS as soon as the IRS will accept them.
    http://harborfi.typepad.com/tax/turbotax-online-free-delu.html

    This is stated on their website:
    We’ll submit your return when the IRS starts accepting them on January 22, 2013 at 6:00 AM Pacific Time

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  4. Peaches on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    To to http://www.irs.gov and they will tell you.

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  5. Cathi K on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    Not until Jan 22. You can do your taxes and submit them. They will stay in a queue until then.

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  6. tro on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    no, you might file with one of the companies but acceptance is only by that company, it will not be accepted by IRS before Jan. 22
    and don’t count on any early refund, IRS is not publishing a refund schedule and when you go to
    ‘where’s my refund’ you will get a canned message that your return is being processed if it is the system
    and as of the noon radio news from an IRS representative in Calif. the date is now Jan. 30 and refunds will be no earlier than 21 days

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  7. sunset4218 on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    IRS delays start of tax filing season to January 30. The Internal Revenue Service said on Tuesday it will begin accepting 2012 tax filings on January 30, eight days later than originally planned, meaning millions of early-filing taxpayers will have to wait until February at the earliest for a refund. This date ensures we have the time we need to update and test our processing systems.

    The delay stems from the January 2 enactment of tax law changes made to resolve the “fiscal cliff,” the package of automatic tax increases and federal spending cuts scheduled to start in the new year until averted by last-minute legislation.

    The IRS could not write certain tax forms and tables without knowing how the law might reshape the U.S. tax code.

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  8. sandralaford on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    They just released a new date of Jan 30th

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  9. mudbug on Jan 10, 2013 Reply

    nope. the newest date released is 1/30 for MOST filers. Do yourself a favor and wait 2 weeks until they get the annual bugs out. They have bugs EVERY year. Who knows why this is tolerated. Otherwise you risk a lengthy delay in receiving your refund.

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