My question is I owe an amount from last year and have been doing installment payments.
I called and the rep told me to call back after 21 days. LOL Reply.
During the review process, they look for math errors on your return extremely rare in TurboTax and they also check if you owe back taxes, unpaid child support, or other debts. For this year the main reason I am hearing for further reviews are additional ID checks and missing healthcare forms processing Reply.
You can access the Where's My Refund tool from your laptop. Debit or Credit Card. Long story short, I got the letter stating I needed to send in my info, and my bar just got updated Friday night or Saturday morn. Instructions for Form 1040.
Bank Account Direct Pay. Remember, phone representatives at the IRS can only research the status of your refund 21 days after you file electronically, or six weeks after you mailed a paper return 16 weeks for amended returns.
I did correct my date of birth 2 weeks before filing at the Social Security office, I also added a new dependent. Be encouraging and positive.
These include:. So yes, people can be confusing with their information, but i would like know that I am not alone in this. You must wait at least 24 hours after you get the acknowledgement e-mail that your tax return was received by the IRS. The Department may be waiting for employer or IRS information for data verification. From researching the internet I guess it means my return is under review. Make it apparent that we really like helping them achieve positive outcomes.
Not liking that answer I call back and spoke to some one else now this person told me my refund was under review and to wait 30 days for letter In the mail and follow instructions. If the bar disappear is because probably they are checking for any offsets you may have. Form 9465. Individuals abroad and more. Many people have had bars disappear then come back a couple days later. IRS phone and walk-in representatives can research the status of refunds only if it's been 21 days or more since a taxpayer filed electronically, or more than six weeks since they mailed a paper return.