When is the latest someone has received there federal income tax?

I still haven’t received my federal income tax. I am a working college student so I filled with my parents but they have already received theres, weeks ago. When I go online it says it is still being processed and when I call it says the same thing. Ummmmm?? Its been way over 2 months since we file now. I am wonder if maybe I will get it after the furlough days?

You don’t receive federal Income Tax, you pay it.

5 thoughts on “When is the latest someone has received there federal income tax?

  1. So, did you file with just your W-2 or did you claim that you supported yourself and were entitled to the refundable part of the AOC? If you are under 24, the IRS is questioning whether or not you supported yourself.
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  2. You probably filed the tax return with your parents to sort out who takes your dependent exemption and the tuition credit, but the speed of your tax refund has nothing to do with your parents. If you filed electronically, 2 months seem extremely long. If you filed in paper, 2 months is still long, but not unusual. If you filed the tuition credit, not your parents, and if you filed at H&R Block, you may be one of 700,000 customers who will be receiving your refund 6-10 weeks late this year. If you filed the amended return, 1040X, the return can take 8-12 weeks to process. You may be the unlucky one, but the good news is that your tax return is not lost. Be patient and check your status once in a while until it shows the date when your refund will be sent.
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  3. You don’t recieve tax ever, you pay it.

    If you mean your refund, call and talk to an actual person. Check the mail, make sure you arent; throwing away notices where they are asking you for additional info.
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  4. If you filed your tax return at least eight weeks ago, call the IRS tax refund hotline at 800-829-4477, Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Or, call the 24-hour ¬assistance number at 800-829-1040 and ¬request assistance from the taxpayer advocate.
    You can also check your refund status online at the IRS website (www.irs.gov). Go to "Where’s My Refund?" You’ll need your Social Security number, filing status, and exact whole dollar amount of your refund.
    If you filed your return on or before April 15 and don’t receive your refund until after May 31, the IRS must pay you interest.
    If you never get a refund, it may have been intercepted to pay any of the following:
    •state or federal taxes you owe
    •a defaulted student, SBA, or other federal government loan
    •delinquent child support
    •a public benefit overpayment (such as HUD, VA, or Social Security).
    In these situations, you are supposed to be notified in writing, but don’t count on it.
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