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File your taxes and get your refund quickly easily!
Are you expecting a tax refund from the Internal Revenue Service this year? If you file a complete and accurate paper tax return, your refund should be issued in about six to eight weeks from the date the IRS receives your return. If you file your return electronically, your refund should be issued in about half that time even faster when you choose direct deposit. Prepare your taxes online and get your refund as fast as possible!
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How to get your tax refund faster!
There are several methods which can get you your tax refund faster. Firstly, you need to know if you are entitled to a tax refund. There are many softwares to choose from but all require you to pay up front and you need to install the software on to your computer. While this might not be a problem for some, most taxpayers usage of a computer do not extend past browsing the internet and checking their email. This is why an online solution is best. Filing your taxes online is the easiest way to file your return, period.
Secondly, filing online gives you the opportunity to e-file your tax return and entitles you to receive your refund quickly. Tax returns which are mailed to the IRS on average takes 8 to 10 weeks. So your first step to getting your refund quickly is by using e-file.
Next, you can receive your tax refund quicker by requesting direct deposit. By requesting your refund to be directly deposited into your bank account, you may receive your tax refund the fastest way possible.
In conclusion, combining the benefits of e-file and direct deposit when filing your tax return online, you are taking advatage of the quickest tax refund time possible.
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Already file your taxes and want to find out where your refund is? The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has made this easy to do. It doesn’t matter if you chose direct deposit, requested a check or whether or not you filed your return online. The IRS has provided a secure portal for you to find the status and where-a-bouts of your refund. Click Here to access that portal now.