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IRS check with money surrounding it and 1040 form

A large tax refund alone will not necessarily generate a tax audit, but if the reason why you received a large refund is questionable the IRS may peek closely.

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Tax Refund and Stack of Money Drawing in a Notebook

Now that you have received a notice from the IRS, you want to know if you are still going to get your tax refund. The answer is – maybe. Ler's explore more.

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refund written with blocks

If the IRS is taking your refund, sometimes you need a qualified tax professional who understands IRS collection procedures to intercede on your behalf.

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Tax Refund Ahead Sign

One of the best ways to check the status of your refund is on the IRS website. Your tax professional may also be able to give you a timeframe for your refund.

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Tax Refund Check

If you owe the IRS back taxes, don’t start spending your refund before it arrives. The IRS can levy or take your refund and apply it to your tax debt.

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Tax Refund Check and 1040

You can call the IRS to see if your refund has been flagged for garnishment. Then you can reach out to set up a payment plan − if warranted.

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Refund Check

There could be a number of reasons for a delayed refund. The IRS may be eliminating the possibility of identity theft, or it is possible a tax audit is pending.

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Clock pointing the time hands towards the word TAX

You got your return filed on time and you’ve got a nice big refund coming. But the funds don’t show up in your bank account when you expected them to. Now what?

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Cube with Tax words on written on it

A refund is NOT a bonus and a balance due is NOT a penalty. When you began working, you filled out a W-4 stating how many exemptions you wanted.

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