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    Filed my taxes mucho early (January) and still have a pending refund status. Further, I haven't received this stim payment everyones talking about. Not receiving this money won't break the bank as a resident, but would be nice to have some extra cash that I'm entitled to (refund mostly). I know I don't owe tax. I filed from the state I'm working in (but leglly have residence in is in another)- would that have an issue?

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    Did you get the previous stimulus payments via direct deposit?

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    • #3
      Resident filed ~2 weeks ago. Got my refund, but haven't gotten the stim money yet.

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      • #4
        Should You Call the IRS?

        Expect delays if you mailed a paper return or had to respond to an IRS inquiry about your e-filed return. You should only call if it has been:
        • 21 days or more since you e-filed
        • "Where's My Refund" tells you to contact the IRS
        It has been more than 21 days. Good luck.
        Individuals
        800-829-1040
        7 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time

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        • #5
          Originally posted by oocyte_ View Post
          Filed my taxes mucho early (January) and still have a pending refund status. Further, I haven't received this stim payment everyones talking about. Not receiving this money won't break the bank as a resident, but would be nice to have some extra cash that I'm entitled to (refund mostly). I know I don't owe tax. I filed from the state I'm working in (but leglly have residence in is in another)- would that have an issue?
          well IRS started processing on Feb 12. i got my refund after a week.
          so something is wrong.

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          • #6
            Something is most definitely wrong. I'm worried in all my time spent on WCI I haven't even filed my taxes correctly. I technically live and work in one state but claim residency in another where I do not work. Should I have filed taxes for my state of residence? I received my state's tax refund.

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            • #7
              How did your call to the IRS go?
              I would assume you looked at your state filing requirements. Right?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by oocyte_ View Post
                Something is most definitely wrong. I'm worried in all my time spent on WCI I haven't even filed my taxes correctly. I technically live and work in one state but claim residency in another where I do not work. Should I have filed taxes for my state of residence? I received my state's tax refund.
                You are in good company...go to any mainstream news website and you'll likely find multiple articles that refer to serious backlogs and delayed refunds.

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