Why are Georgia state tax returns taking so long?
The Department of Revenue is protecting Georgia taxpayers from tax fraud. It may take more than 90 days from the date of receipt by DOR to process a return and issue a refund. All first-time Georgia income tax filers, or taxpayers who have not filed in Georgia for at least five years, will receive a paper check.
How long does it take to get state tax refund in GA?
Most error free, electronically filed returns are processed within 5 business days of receiving the return and most refunds are issued within 21 days from the date a taxpayer files their return.
Why is my Georgia State return still pending 2021?
Pending simply means that your e-filed return is on its way and that the government hasn’t accepted or rejected it yet. If you e-filed your return in January, it’ll stay in Pending status until the IRS starts processing the backlog of returns.
How long does it take for state tax refund?
Generally, you can expect to receive your state tax refund within 30 days if you filed your tax return electronically. If you filed a paper tax return, it may take as many as 12 weeks for your refund to arrive – or longer, if your state has been or still is under social distancing restrictions.
When can I expect my state tax return?
How long does it take to get state tax refund 2019?
Are Ga state taxes delayed this year?
The state of Georgia is automatically extending the 2020 individual income tax filing and payment deadline from April 15, 2021 to May 17, 2021 without penalties or interest.
Why is my 2020 refund taking so long?
This may happen if your return was incomplete or incorrect. The IRS may send you instructions through the mail if it needs additional information in order to process your return. You may also experience delays if you claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit.
Why does my tax refund say still processing?
If your tax return status is “Still Being Processed” your tax return could be essentially on hold until the IRS corrects any issues and/or gets the additional information from you to continue processing your return.