This might be frustrating to some but once we summit your return over to the IRS we have no control when or how you will get your funds.
We have place some inks below that can help you find out more information on where your return status could be.
here is some information you should know.
COVID-19 Mail Processing Delays
It’s taking us longer to process mailed documents:
Paper tax returns, and
All tax return related correspondence.
It is taking the IRS more than 21 days to issue refunds for some 2020 tax returns that require review including incorrect Recovery Rebate Credit amounts, or that used 2019 income to figure the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC).
24 hours after e-filing
Expect extended delays if you mailed your return or responded to an IRS Notice
We update Where's My Refund daily, usually overnight
Should You Call the IRS?
Expect delays if you mailed a paper return, had to respond to an IRS inquiry about your e-filed return, claimed an incorrect Recovery Rebate Credit amount or used 2019 income to claim the EITC or ACTC. Otherwise, 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
Do not file a second tax return.
Paycheck Checkup: you can use the IRS Tax Withholding Estimator to help make sure your withholding is right for 2021.
Some tax returns take longer to process than others for many reasons, including when a return:
Includes errors such as an incorrect Recovery Rebate Credit amount
Is affected by identity theft or fraud
Includes a claim filed for an Earned Income Tax Credit or an Additional Child Tax Credit using 2019 income
Includes a Form 8379, Injured Spouse Allocation PDF, which could take up to 14 weeks to process
Needs further review in general
For the latest information on IRS refund processing during the COVID-19 pandemic, see the IRS Operations Status page.
We will contact you by mail when (or if) we need more information to process your return.
Now After reading this information please feel free to call IRS