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IRS Injured Spouse Form Internet
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My husband and I filed our taxes on Febuary 6, 2013. I had to file an injured spouse form due to my husband having a bill garniish his portion of our taxes. Since we e-filed, I waited 11 weeks and then called due to not hearing anything about our taxes. I was told it was too early since they did not recieve our taxes until Febuary 19, 2013; but I have confirmation that it was accepted on the 6th. I was told I would just have to wait, after being told I did not file in 2007 and that was hindering our refund.
Well once I informed them I had filed in 2007 and they found that one. Then I was told I would have to wait. So after a few weeks I call back and am told they did not receive my return until Febuary 21, 2013 and we would have to file a referral and I would have to wait another 30 days on my return. I have gotten no explanation about what the problem is or anything.. Just wait. Well I called back again today and apparently I am 5 days too early and I have been informed I will have a letter in the mail or my refund by the end of 30 days which is June 13, 2013.
Well I am completely frustrated. They have had my refund for over 120 days and can not give me a reason as to why my return is not processed. What options do I have if they do not have our return processed by the end of next week? This is completely insane. . If I owed them I would have already been summoned to court!!!! What about when they do not do there job? How can I make them be accountable for doing there job?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/07/2013 03:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/IRS/internet/IRS-Injured-Spouse-Form-Internet-1057342. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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