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Jul 22 - Many Who Filed Federal Tax Returns On Time Or Early Still Don’t Have Refunds
 

 
CHICAGO (CBS) — Sixty-five days and counting – if you filed your federal taxes on the delayed deadline of May 17, that is how long you have been waiting for your refund.

But many people who filed early are even still waiting. So what’s the holdup?

CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra went digging for answers Wednesday.

“I do taxes for a couple of other family members, so we all filed prior to the 15th of April,” said Doug Brooks.

Brooks, of Edgebrook, didn’t bother with this year’s IRS extension – and he thought that might pay off with a faster refund. He was right – and wrong.

“One of the three of us received a refund within three days, and the other person and I are still waiting,” he said.

Now, as we round out July, he’s wondering why.

“That’s what it says here – ‘still being processed,’” Brooks said, “and it’s just taking a long time.”

It’s the same situation for Nancy Davis in Valparaiso, Indiana.

“I go every day to the IRS website, and the message says, ‘Your tax return is still being processed,’” she said.

Davis has never before had to wait for her money more than a few weeks.

“It said it could be 21 days,” Davis said. “Well now, it’s way past 21 days.

Brooks and Davis sent two of dozens of emails we’ve received from people wanting any word on their federal refund, and who can’t get a human on the phone for an update. The IRS didn’t return our call either.

“We have had a lot of people asking why,” said Ray Heinen of the Independent Accountants a*sociation of Illinois.

Heinen led us to a study from the National Taxpayer Advocate for an explanation. It found a backlog of over 35 million returns.

It’s hard to make a dent in that number when the IRS has reduced staffing due to the pandemic. Add to that the rounds of stimulus payments, and the new child tax credit that all took precedence – needing to get done and mailed out first.

That has left tax preparers in the dark, just like the rest of us.

“We can’t give them any kind of specific number because the IRS can’t give us a number,” Heinen said.

And all taxpayers like Brooks and Davis can do is way.

“Right now, it’s limbo,” Davis said. “I mean, who knows.”

“I think there’s an issue with the IRS, so please, IRS, fix it!” Brooks said.


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 2 months ago '11        #2
Sin  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x38 OP
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I mailed in my 2017 taxes on may 15th and only received my state return

I submitted my 2020 taxes in April and got all of my money

 2 months ago '08        #3
Dunknown24 
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Still ain't got mine...
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 2 months ago '05        #4
bklyn 
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Didn't get mine either.
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 2 months ago '14        #5
M Jizzle1986 
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I still don't have my 3rd stimulus. I still have the eligible but no payment date yet.
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 2 months ago '17        #6
dubsax 
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people need to wake up and stop overpaying.....
What a tax return is, is an interest free loan you are giving the government.


That is not extra money, it is your money.

Figure you tax burden make sure you under pay by just a bit, make sure you have deductions you can offset that balance. Have what you were going to have deducted by weekly direct deposited into a savings account and you will have more money at the end of the year.

You owe them they charge interest.
They owe you, you get it when you get it, no interest paid.
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 2 months ago '04        #7
skillahmang 
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They capped out


 2 months ago '09        #8
WasabiTuna 
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I got mine and I did my taxes late.

 2 months ago '15        #9
AdRock 
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Just got mine back a few days ago after having to fix some “Health credits” and re-submit. Originally submitted late January, resubmitted in March… just got it last week. Keep the faith, Fam!
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 2 months ago '18        #10
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 Dunknown24 said
Still ain't got mine...
You late the IRS fines you. If they late the IRS says fu*k you. Amerikkka 2021
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 2 months ago '17        #11
TTGSHAWTY804 
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 Sin said
I mailed in my 2017 taxes on may 15th and only received my state return

I submitted my 2020 taxes in April and got all of my money
I think it only goes back 3 years. 18,19, & 20. I think your 2017 taxes missed the cut. I could be mistaken tho
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 2 months ago '11        #12
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 TTGSHAWTY804 said
I think it only goes back 3 years. 18,19, & 20. I think your 2017 taxes missed the cut. I could be mistaken tho
I only did them after reading this article saying i could



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 2 months ago '12        #13
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 Sin said
I mailed in my 2017 taxes on may 15th and only received my state return

I submitted my 2020 taxes in April and got all of my money
It’s quite normal for old years filed late to take longer than the current year. Your situation isn’t unique. You filed 2020 in April and got your payment already lol
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 2 months ago '11        #14
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 OldBusiness said
It’s quite normal for old years filed late to take longer than the current year. Your situation isn’t unique. You filed 2020 in April and got your payment already lol
I honestly forgot about the money until i read this article

I checked my bank statements to make sure it wasn’t deposited and i didn’t notice lol

 2 months ago '04        #15
Tikyle2 
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Man Uncle Sam owe me over four stacks and sh*t says:

A refund date will be provided when available.

What kind of sh*t is that!!!!?
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 2 months ago '20        #16
Xiox  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Did the 2018 returns show up ?

 2 months ago '14        #17
Mailman504 
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 dubsax said
people need to wake up and stop overpaying.....
What a tax return is, is an interest free loan you are giving the government.


That is not extra money, it is your money.

Figure you tax burden make sure you under pay by just a bit, make sure you have deductions you can offset that balance. Have what you were going to have deducted by weekly direct deposited into a savings account and you will have more money at the end of the year.

You owe them they charge interest.
They owe you, you get it when you get it, no interest paid.
Not if you pay when you file your taxes by the deadline. No interest or penalty to be paid. But yep if you get a refund you are over paying.

 2 months ago '12        #18
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 Sin said
I honestly forgot about the money until i read this article

I checked my bank statements to make sure it wasn’t deposited and i didn’t notice lol
I personally don't file until right before the deadline, I don't even look for it, and when i find out if it hit my account or not is usually when I go over the books

But I know filing old years or filing changes to an already existing tax return will always put you at the end of the line. I once made a change on one in February and didn't get a deposit for like 6 or 7 months
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 2 months ago '11        #19
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 OldBusiness said
I personally don't file until right before the deadline, I don't even look for it, and when i find out if it hit my account or not is usually when I go over the books

But I know filing old years or filing changes to an already existing tax return will always put you at the end of the line. I once made a change on one in February and didn't get a deposit for like 6 or 7 months
well I'm waiting for a surprise random payday lol



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