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Taxes Will Not Be Filed Early This Year

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We're just a couple of weeks away from the official kick off of tax season, but that's not stopping some people from starting to file their returns now.

During January, employers are required to send out W2 and 1099 forms.

But, due to the government shut down, the Internal Revenue Service announced that processing of those returns will not start until January 31.

Even if you file now, your return will not be processed any sooner.

"With an electronically filed return with no issues, generally the refund will be direct deposited within 21 days," says David Lakefield, Minot Liberty Tax Service Owner.

Once again, even if you file your taxes before January 31, the IRS will not begin to process returns until that day. To check the status of your return, you can visit: www.irs.gov.

 

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