Where’s My Refund?

You’ve filed your tax return and are expecting a refund, but where is that refund?  IRS Spokesman Michael Devine says the most convenient way to check on a tax refund is by using the Where’s My Refund? Tool on IRS.gov.  Devine says that 24 hours after the IRS has acknowledged receipt of your return, you can check the status. Taxpayers […]

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IRS Sends Out Interest Payments

Taxpayers receiving a refund may also receive an interest payment.  Did you file your IRS tax return between April 15th and the extended deadline of July 15th:  In mid-August, interest payments were sent to nearly 14 million individual taxpayers. People who got these payments filed their 2019 federal income tax returns by the July 15 deadline and were owed refunds. […]

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Why Is My Tax Refund Smaller

As you complete the preparation of your tax papers and file with the IRS, expecting a refund, some may be surprised when the refund is smaller than what was on your tax return.  Michael Devine from the IRS says there are several reasons the amount of the refund would change. Devine says don’t be afraid to question the change. The […]

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