Refunds from IRS Tax Returns: Find Your Money Now!

How to Track Missing IRS Refunds

help find refunds from irsThe only bright side to tax season is receiving IRS refunds in the mail. Taxpayers expecting refunds from IRS tax returns file as early as possible to get the money owed to them. However, sometimes, it seems as if an IRS refund will never arrive. Sometimes, it is simply a matter of the IRS or postal service getting backed up. Sometimes, there is a real problem with your IRS refund. This page helps in either case.

How Long Should You Wait?

If you filed your tax return by mail, your IRS refunds should be issued within 6 weeks from the received date. If you e-filed your tax return, your IRS refunds should be issued within 3 weeks. IRS refunds from amended returns can take 8-12 weeks to be issued. Refunds from IRS returns can sometimes take a little longer to arrive in your mailbox, if the postal service is backed up. Allow at least the time frames listed before you contact the IRS.

When Should You Start Worrying?

If it has been longer than 12 weeks, something may have gone wrong. Check with the IRS to see what happened, by using the "Where's My Refund" site or calling the IRS Refunds Hotline at 1-800-829-4477. Sometimes, it is still in transit or you accidentally submitted the wrong direct deposit information. Other times, it can turn out that you were wrong in your tax return estimations.

There are many reasons why you should call the IRS to find out where your IRS refund is. However, the most important one is that you could have a tax problem you didn't even know about. Many people who never receive refunds from IRS tax returns have a tax debt from a previous year. If this is not attended to, you may wind up with worse problems on your hands than missing refunds from IRS tax returns.

What Should You Do If You Owe Taxes?

If you want to start receiving refunds from IRS or state returns, you will have to pay off your tax debt in full. Both of these refunds are automatically levied as a way to take off from your tax debt. However, if you are unable to pay your tax debt in full, there are many different tax programs out there that can help protect you from other tax problems. If you owe less than $10,000, the IRS may actually work agreeably with you to resolve your debt. The IRS can get quite aggressive with larger tax debts, though. If you owe a high tax debt, you should contact a tax professional and avoid dealing with the IRS yourself all together.

Are your IRS refunds getting levied because you have an IRS tax debt? Consult a professional. Call now or fill out the form below for a free tax debt consultation to handle your tax debt and start receiving refunds from IRS tax returns again! We'll only connect you with a tax debt relief company holding at least a B rating with the Better Business Bureau.

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