With the enhancement of multiple processing systems at the IRS, most refunds are being disbursed in a timely manner, but for certain returns there may be some delays. It has come to our attention that conflicting information on when these affected refunds will actually be available may be received by your clients when visiting IRS information sources, including the IRS.gov website, taxpayer hotline and the IRS automated number. In some cases, IRS information will indicate that a deposit has been made to the bank when, in fact, it hasn't.
The IRS is aware of the problem and has indicated that they are working to resolve it as soon as possible, enabling taxpayers to receive correct information.
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