Why does Where's my refund status tell me my information does not match? The IRS "Where's My Refund" has been screwy for users at times this year. If your info was showing up there previously, but isn't now, it could mean your return has been pulled for additional processing.
Until the IRS starts processing it on their own, you may not find record of it or the website may say that you have put in incorrect information when tracking your federal refund. As your return moves through the system, the status of it will be updated accordingly.
Sometimes the IRS will issue a letter to an individual stating that their information does not match. This is because if someone else has already filed taxes using their Social Security number or name, then you cannot use them either. You may have noticed that the IRS website says your information doesn't match.
Tax experts note that some taxpayers will see a notice saying there's "no record found." But that can mean the return is still being processed. Again, you can face more confusion with a paper return, which has to be entered into the system by an IRS employee and will face extra long delays this tax season.
There may be something wrong with the tax return you filed and the information on file in the IRS database. Once your tax return reached the IRS the tax return may not have met the initial acknowledgment tests or another problem was discovered. If you are seeing this message wait a few days or a week and check back.
If you still aren't sure what happened with your refund, contact an IRS representative at IRS Tax Help Line for Individuals – 800-829-1040 (TTY/TDD 800-829-4059).
The IRS issues more than 9 out of 10 refunds in less than 21 days. However, it's possible your tax return may require additional review and take longer.
IRS Refund Schedule for Direct Deposits and Check Refunds
They now issue refunds every business day, Monday through Friday (except holidays). Due to changes in the IRS auditing system, they no longer release a full schedule as they did in previous years.
There are a few reasons why you may be getting the following message at Where's My Refund: We cannot provide any information about your refund. You must wait at least 24 hours after you get the acknowledgment e-mail that your tax return was received by the IRS.
The transcript next gives the date on which the return was due or received, whichever was later. The processing date is when they are expected to process. This date could change if certain transactions post to your transaction codes that need more time.
It just means that the IRS is still processing your tax return. If you should receive a refund, you will be provided with a date when it will be issued as soon as it is available. There is no need to worry at all because it is a process that is fairly straightforward.
The IRS is making progress on its backlog of unprocessed tax returns, but millions remain, the agency said Tuesday. As of June 10, there were 11 million pending individual returns, including filings received before 2022 and new 2021 returns, according to the IRS.
The IRS only updates your refund status information once per week on Wednesdays. If you e-file your tax return, wait at least 72 hours from the date the IRS confirms receipt of your return before checking your refund status, and at least three weeks if you mail the return instead.
Most are closed on Sunday so it is rare to have any deposit on a Sunday. Once your refund is approved you will see a deposit date by visiting the Where's my refund website here, https://www.irs.gov/refunds .
The COVID-19 pandemic, a backlog of returns from last year and a worker shortage may add up to long delays. PROCTORVILLE, Ohio (WSAZ) - According to the IRS, as of April 29, 2022, there were more than 9.6 million unprocessed individual returns which include returns received before 2022, and new tax year 2021 returns.
First, they look for things like back taxes and unpaid child support. If they find any debts, they'll offset (reduce) your refund to cover the outstanding amount. Once they are satisfied that you have no outstanding debts, they will approve and then issue your refund.
If you file a complete and accurate paper tax return, your refund should be issued in about six to eight weeks from the date IRS receives your return. If you file your return electronically, your refund should be issued in less than three weeks, even faster when you choose direct deposit.
No money is in sight in late June — and, frankly, the wait will take longer. The Internal Revenue Service has essentially been unable to process the paper 1040 returns that individuals filed in 2022 until it's finished processing the pileup of paperwork filed in 2021.
Some returns are taking longer because of corrections needed that are related to the earned-income tax credit and the pandemic-related stimulus payments (officially termed a “Recovery Rebate Credit”).
The IRS continues to work on the few remaining 2021 individual tax returns that have processing issues or require additional information from the taxpayer. As of June 10, the IRS had processed more than 4.5 million of the more than 4.7 million individual paper tax returns received in 2021.
What to do if your tax return from 2020 is still being processed. People whose tax returns from 2020 have not yet been processed can still file their 2021 tax returns.
Tax Topic 152 is a reference code taxpayers see if their return is under review and could take a bit longer to be processed. It does not indicate a significant issue or error with your tax return or that you may not receive a refund, so there's no need to panic.
This topic means the tax filer is under an IRS fraud alert and are being subjected to an audit followed by a Identity or fraudulent return review. This is something you will need to work with the IRS for to resolve, who will send a you a formal notice with details on the fraud alert.
Tax Topic 152 means you're getting a tax refund. That's it! The IRS has given guidelines this year that 90% of tax filers should receive their refund within 21 days of filing.