2019 Tax Season officially opens on January 28. Despite the government shutdown, new tax forms, and new tax rules, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) claims it will operate as close to normal as possible.
Assuming there are no delays, Kelly Phillips Erb, senior contributor to Forbes, released the above estimates. The IRS claims most refunds are issued within 21 days with the average being 10-14. If you plan on filing after February 23, the IRS encourages you to use the “Where’s My Refund?” tool. For updates on the go, you can check your refund status with IRS2Go.
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