Wheres my refund not updating

Posted by / 27-Aug-2017 19:12

We just received the following update from the IRS and we wanted to make sure you received the most up to date information. We want to quickly share any updates we receive from IRS because we know some of you may be waiting for your tax refund status and estimated direct deposit date.We will continue to keep you up to date on any more additional information from the IRS.

You should no longer be seeing the PATH message as a blocker to get your refund processed and paid.Now that you filed your taxes, you may be wondering, “Where’s My Refund? I often wonder how we ever made it before e-file, when we mailed our paper tax returns and had no idea if they ever made it to the IRS.Where’s My Refund " data-medium-file="https://turbotax.intuit.com/2012/02/istock_000016916535xsmall.jpg? w=300" data-large-file="https://turbotax.intuit.com/2012/02/istock_000016916535xsmall.jpg? w=425" class="size-medium wp-image-9435" title="Where's My Refund" src="It’s run by “People’s Postcode Lottery” who manages society lotteries on behalf of charitable bodies.They support good causes (their words, not mine) all over Britain.

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Anyway, let’s all take a step back and see what exactly Post Code Lottery is about. Each subscription buys one ticket for a month at a cost of £10 (plus a 0.50p service fee). You can buy as many monthly subscriptions as you’d like, which means you might have three tickets on your post code. Their millionaire prizes (six slated for 2013) are not in fact, one individual jackpot, but split amongst the people that live in an area based on the symbols (i.e.