posted on Jan, 25 2012 @ 02:38 PM
Check the IRS site's "Where's my Refund" tool to find out for sure.
Often times the deposit takes a day after being initiated to show in your account. These deposits all go out in batches to save the fed money (these
transactions aren't free) and sometimes happen late at night.
The Where's My Refund tool should let you know if there is a problem
Also, HR Block is stealing from you. Taxes are easy if you have some very basic math skills or use a software package to do your own. Unless your tax
situation is complicated (most aren't) you should be able to save time, money, and learn a little something by doing your own taxes. Good luck!
Also, just FYI, when you go through HR Block or any other prep service, they will give you some options for payment - if you chose to let your payment
come out of your refund here is what happens: FED deposits your refund to HR Block, HR Block deducts their fee and then deposits the remaining balance
to your account. Obviously this will add a couple of days to getting your return.
I'm not sure if this is what you did, but thought I'd throw it out there just in case.
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