If you have E-Filed your return:
E-File For Faster Refunds
“When will you get your IRS refund?”
E-File for Faster Refunds
At Akron Income Tax E-File your Taxes for Faster Refunds Even though we can E-File both the Federal and State Taxes. The IRS and the State do not post any hard guidelines as to when you should expect your refunds.
The IRS usually releases Tax Refunds on Fridays. If you get your refund accepted on a Wednesday, you will get your Federal Direct Deposit refund in about 2 weeks. If you requested a paper check, the check will be mailed one or two weeks after that (16 days). The longest it will normally take for a Direct Deposit Tax refund is 22 days.
We cannot guarantee the date a Tax refund will be issued, and neither can the IRS. If the expected date of your refund for your Taxes has passed, and you do not have your refund, you can check at www.IRS.gov/Refunds.
There are multiple reasons that your Tax Refund could be delayed. If your Tax Return does not match the records that the IRS or Social Security has in their database, you can count on a problem. Other reporting issues and common reasons are questionable Earned Income Credit requests, dependents used on another return, first-time filers, and W2s or SS# that do not match.
We understand that e-filing your Taxes and then having your refund delayed is frustrating, but sometimes it is beyond our control. It is our job to complete your Income Tax Preparation correctly and transmit that information to the IRS. When we send your Taxes to the IRS, the next day they either accept it or reject it and provide us with a reason why. At that time, we can repair the error and resend your Taxes out.
Sometimes, when the err is related to incorrect personal Federal Tax Return information, we must contact the taxpayer and review the Tax Return to reassess the correct information. Common errors include social security numbers do not match the names or the names do not match the numbers. Secondly, if one of the dependent’s filed incorrectly or another person claimed the dependent. Finally, if first year married, and the spouses name doesn’t match social security records. This is the biggest reason for asking the taxpayers to review their final Federal Taxes & 1040 Returns for errors before we submit it to the IRS. Correcting a Return before it is submitted, is much easier (and faster) than correcting it after it is in the system.
After your Taxes have been accepted, that acceptance date will determine when the refund should be deposited into the taxpayer’s account. The IRS no longer post a refund cycle calendar for your Taxes, but you should expect Federal direct deposits within 2-3 weeks. Mailed checks for Taxes will take longer.
After the Federal Return has been accepted, if you do not receive your refund for your Taxes within 22 days, after acceptance, you should contact us and let us check into it. You also have the option to go to www.IRS.gov/Refunds and click on “Where’s My Refund”