Refunds are generally issued within 21 days of when you electronically filed your tax return or 42 days of when you filed paper returns. If it's been longer, find out why your refund may be delayed or may not be the amount you expected.When is IRS issuing refund?
There is no one specific day when the IRS issues all tax refunds. The general rule is that tax refunds are issued about three weeks after a return has been processed by the agency.When will I receive my tax refund?
General refund processing times during filing season: Electronically filed returns: Up to 4 weeks Paper filed returns: Up to 8 weeks Returns sent by certified mail: Allow an additional 3 weeksIs IRS still processing refunds?
The IRS still has millions of returns to process, according to new report If you’re still waiting on your 2019 tax refund, you’re not alone. By the end of 2020, the agency still had a backlog of over 8 million individual returns and other transactions to process, according to a new report from the Treasury Department.