The IRS announced that the starting date for when it would accept and process 2021 tax-year returns was Monday, January 24, 2022.
To speed refunds and help with tax filing, the IRS suggests the following:
Here are several important dates to keep in mind.
The IRS is attempting to reduce the inventory of prior-year income tax returns that have not been fully processed due to pandemic-related delays. Taxpayers do not need to wait for their 2020 return to be fully processed to file their 2021 return.
The IRS encourages taxpayers seeking a tax refund to file their tax return as soon as possible. The IRS anticipates most tax refunds being issued within 21 days of the IRS receiving a tax return if the return is filed electronically, any tax refund is delivered through direct deposit, and there are no issues with the tax return. To avoid delays in processing, the IRS encourages people to avoid paper tax returns whenever possible.
Prepared by Broadridge Advisor Solutions. Copyright 2021.
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