2019 – 12/27 Tax filing season is rolling up fast, and millions of Americans are anticipating refunds. The IRS cautions taxpayers to be patient. Some refunds may take longer because they require additional review. The IRS issues most refunds in less than 21 days, but if a tax return has errors, is incomplete or is affected by identity theft or fraud, it may take longer. Certain refunds must, by law, be held until mid-February because they depend on credits that are vulnerable to fraud. Other factors that may delay a refund include: year-end bonuses, holiday pay, temporary jobs and certain past due debts. Here are the details, plus tips that may help speed up the process:

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