2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart

IRS E-File Refund and Payment Schedule for 2016 Tax Year

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart for 2016 Tax Returns

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart for 2016 Tax Returns

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart is a breakdown of when you should expect your 2017 Tax Refund direct deposited into your bank account or a paper check mailed from the IRS.

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart for 2016 Tax Returns

2017 IRS Refund Cycle Chart is listed below for information purposes. This is for federal tax refunds only. States do not typically release charts for their tax refunds, but you can visit our sister page and find out how to track your state refund status. The earliest you can file is January 5, 2017 and the IRS should begin accepting 2016 tax returns on January 24th, 2017.

UPDATE 7/15/2016. Tax delay coming for taxpayers using the Earned Income Tax Credit as well as Additional Child Tax Credit. Find out why.

DISCLAIMER: The earlier you file, the earlier you will receive a return in most cases. The IRS doesn’t like to give out official dates very often due to public scrutiny and technical malfunctions. We release this chart to give you an idea of when you can expect your 2017 tax refund. We do not claim this to be 100% accurate and each tax situation is different so each acceptance date can be unique. We recommend you check IRS Where’s My Refund daily to find out your exact date.

Check the status of your 2017 Tax Return on the IRS Where’s My Refund tool. For the complete 2017 IRS Refund Schedule, visit RefundSchedule.com.

 

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