Tax Refund Estimated Schedule 2017

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    The schedule below is based on an expected IRS receipt date beginning on the open of tax season, January 23, 2017, through the close of tax season on April 18, 2017.

    IRS Return Accepted By Date

    Estimated Tax Refund Direct Deposit Date

    Estimated Tax Refund Mail Date

    January 23th

    February 6th

    February 13th

    January 30th

    February 13th

    February 21st

    February 6th

    February 21st

    February 27th

    February 13th

    February 27th

    March 6th

    February 21st

    March 6th

    March 13th

    February 27th

    March 13th

    March 20th

    March 6th

    March 20th

    March 27th

    March 13th

    March 27th

    April 3rd

    March 20th

    April 3rd

    April 10th

    March 27th

    April 10th

    April 17th

    April 3rd

    April 17th

    April 24th

    April 10th

    April 24th

    May 1st

    April 17th

    May 1st

    May 8th

    April 24th

    May 8th

    May 15th

    May 1st

    May 15th

    May 22

    In the past, the IRS published a chart like the one above, but they no longer publish an official tax refund scheduleeeee. If you’re looking for more information on your refund, the IRS encourages you to use the “Where’s My Refund?” tool. The IRS updates the site once per day, usually overnight.

    Even if you request direct deposit, you may still receive a paper check: as of 2014, the IRS has changed the rules related to refunds and direct deposit so that no more than three electronic refunds can be directly deposited into a single financial or bank account or applied to a pre-paid debit card. Taxpayers who exceed the limit will instead receive their refund in the form of a paper check. Additionally, the IRS won’t issue a refund by direct deposit into just any account: it can only be deposited into an account in your own name, your spouse’s name or both of your names if married with a joint account. If there’s an issue with the account, the IRS will send a paper check.

    If you have not received your refund and it has been more than 21 days since your return was accepted you can request a FREE Taxpayer Advocate!

    For Tax Refund FAQ & Myths click here!

    View 2017 IRS Estimated Tax Refund Schedule

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