Owe Taxes and Can’t Pay by the Due Date? 

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Article Highlights: If you can’t pay Loans Credit card payments IRS Installment agreement Retirement funds The vast majority of Americans get a tax refund from the IRS each spring, but what if you are one of those who…

Unpaid Debt Taking Your Tax Refund?

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Article Highlights: Bureau of the Fiscal Service Allowable Refund Offsets Disputing an Offset Injured Spouse Claim We all look forward to receiving our tax refunds, but what if you were expecting a refund and it never arrived? …

Refund Statute Expiring: Don’t Miss Out!

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Article Highlights: The refund statute expires on May 17, 2021 for unfiled 2017 returns. Unfiled returns will lose out on refundable credits.  Refunds may be offset by unpaid child support, past due student loans, and back taxes. If…

Tax Filing Deadlines Are Rapidly Approaching

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Article Highlights: Filing Due Date Balance due payments  Contributions to a Roth or traditional IRA Estimated tax payments for the first quarter of 2021 Individual refund claims for tax year 2017 Just a reminder to those…
How to Check the Status of Your Refund  

Easily Check the Status of Your Refund  

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Article Highlights: Your Federal Tax Refund Status Can Be Checked Online Delay When Claiming Earned Income Tax Credit or Additional Child Tax Credit “Where’s My Refund?” Refunds Are Generally Issued Within 21 Days of E-Filing …

Is The Government Keeping Your Refund?

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  Article Highlights: Bureau of the Fiscal Service Allowable Refund Offsets Disputing an Offset Injured Spouse Claim We all look forward to receiving our tax refunds, but what if you were expecting a refund and it never…
Checking Your Federal Refund Status Is Easy

Learn how to Check your Federal Tax Return Status

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If you have already filed your federal tax return and are due to receive a refund, you can check the status of your refund online. Where’s My Refund? is an interactive tool on the IRS website. Regardless of whether you have split your…