Some forms are not available until mid January and some even later.When you submit your return before the IRS begins processing, it will sit in a “queue” and be held until the date that the IRS will officially accept tax returns.As the IRS begins releasing refunds for taxpayers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit, the tax agency reminded taxpayers that they should not expect refunds to be available in bank accounts or on debit cards until the week of Feb. The additional time is due to several factors, including weekends, the Presidents Day holiday and the time banks often need to process direct deposits. 18 for the vast majority of early filers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit. 18, some taxpayers may see a projected date or a message that indicates the IRS is processing their return.
“We have received your tax return and it is being processed.” This is due to the IRS removing the PATH act message from Where’s My Refund. We have now had a reported Married-Filing Jointly PATH act(EITC only) tax return approved with a February 15th, 2017 direct deposit date.
Where’s My Refund updated overnight with 2/23/2017 dates for those with PATH act message.
We do estimate that those were sent out already as well. We have had many confirmed tax refund date of February 22nd, 2017 for those who had the PATH act. Where’s My Refund did update for some PATH act message on Saturday 2/11/2017 at Midnight.
The most recent tax refund cycle charts have already been published.
The official IRS tax refund cycle chart has been eliminated and replaced with an IRS Information Guidelines for the Tax Preparation Community publication.
The IRS reminds taxpayers that the most common question taxpayers have about the status of their refund can easily be answered on by visiting the “Where’s My Refund? ” is only updated once daily, usually overnight, so there’s no need to check it multiple times per day.