Tax season has come and (mostly) gone. All those forms and figures are put to rest for another year. And while we’re catching our breath, we wanted to say “Thank You!” for putting your trust in us. For more than 10 years, Premier CPA Services has strived to provide you with the best tax preparation possible. Our goal is always to help you pay the minimum amount of taxes necessary while making sure everything is done efficiently, timely and accurately.
If we didn’t get your return done by April 18, we’ll notify you as soon as it’s complete. And if you’ve requested an extension for filing your taxes, we’re ready to start working on them whenever you have your paperwork ready.
Also, if you ever receive a notice from the IRS, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and help you resolve any tax-related issues.
Thank you again for a busy and successful tax season!
Jackie, Mimi & the entire Premier CPA Services staff
How to Check Your Refund Status
If you filed electronically and chose direct deposit for your refund, you chose the safest and fastest way to file. Most tax refunds are issued within 21 days (though some may take longer).
And the easiest way to check on your tax refund is by using the “Where’s My Refund?” tool on the IRS website or through the IRS2Go mobile app. You can use the tool within 24 hours after your e-filed return is received or four weeks after you mail a paper return.
To use the tool, you will need:
- Your Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification number
- Your tax-filing status
- The exact amount of the refund claimed on your tax return
The tool shows the progress of your tax return as:
- Return Received
- Refund Approved
- Refund Sent
When the status changes to “Refund Approved,” then the IRS is preparing to send the refund as a direct deposit to your bank account, or mail it to you via check. The IRS updates the “Where’s My Refund?” tool once a day, usually overnight, so you can check the status daily. Note that calling the IRS won’t speed up your refund. The information available on “Where’s My Refund?” is the same information available to IRS telephone assistors.
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