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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Who Form 2220 Refund

Instructions and Help about Who Form 2220 Refund

Hey guys Anthony Fontana here I'm an IRS enrolled agent with ei tax resolutions and today I'm addressing the question of what is my tax refund okay so there's two different answers if you file like most people do then you should receive your refund in less than 21 days after your return gets accepted now on the other hand if for whatever reason you paper filed your return it's gonna take a little bit longer the IRS says they will issue you your refund anywhere from six to eight weeks after they receive your return now if you want to find out where your refund is in their process you can go online the iris now has a function on their website it's called where's my refund I'll include a link in the description below you go on there fill out some basic information and it'll let you know where your refund is there's three different statuses that it'll let you know number one is if your return first got received number two is if your refund was approved and your return was processed and the third one is your refund is sent and then it'll give you a date and which to expect your refund now keep in mind that if you for whatever reason chose to have the refund mailed to you it is going to take a little bit longer than if you chose the direct deposit option also other things to keep in mind the refund can get delayed if you know there's errors or missing information on the return or if the iris just wants to review your return further last and final thought the sooner you file the sooner you're going to receive your refund so file as soon as possible so you can get your money back if you guys liked this video you thought it was helpful please like subscribe share our video it would be really helpful thank you so much.

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