Asked by: Dine Geladaasked in category: General Last Updated: 12th May, 2020
Is there a delay in California state refunds?
Likewise, when can I expect my California tax refund?
California states that refund processing time is 2 weeks if you e-filed your tax return. However, some tax returns need extra review for accuracy, completeness, and to protect taxpayers from fraud and identity theft. Extra processing time may be necessary.
Likewise, is there a delay in tax refunds for 2020? Improvements in 2020 For its part, the IRS plans on taking steps to get refunds out faster this year, including checking daily — instead of weekly — for third-party information from employers and other parties to verify the data on filers' returns, according to the Taxpayer Advocate.
Simply so, are California state tax refunds delayed?
How you file your California tax return — If you choose to e-file, normal processing times can take up to two weeks. If you decide to paper file, processing can take up to four weeks. Amendments to your return — If you amend your California state tax return, that could delay your refund up to three months.
Is anyone still waiting for their tax refund 2019?
If you file early and claim the earned income tax credit (EITC) or the additional child tax credit (ACTC), you will have to wait a bit for a refund. According to the law, the IRS has to wait until Feb. For 2019, the first refunds (if you claimed the EITC or ACTC) aren't available in taxpayer bank accounts until Feb.