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As with the start of any tax season, there are system validations that occur requiring
"The IRS reminds taxpayers that refund time frames provided by "Where's My Refund" and tax providers are projected time frames and are subject to revision. Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the IRS receives the return for processing. The IRS apologizes for any inconvenience caused by the revised refund dates.
"When the IRS announced the opening of the 2012 filing season, it advised taxpayers who electronically file and select direct deposit that they could see their refunds in as few as 10 days and 90 percent of refunds are provided within 21 days. Some taxpayers are getting refunds much faster, but at this time taxpayers should expect refunds to be issued as indicated in the original IRS guidelines.
Good news is, returns transmitted and accepted prior to 1/24 are the ones affected; returns accepted 1/25 and beyond should be processed under the normal processing times set forth by the IRS refund cycle chart.