Every tax season there is a guessing game played by millions of American tax payers on when they will get their refund payment deposited into their bank account.
There is the so-called IRS refund schedule, which has estimated dates for when the agency will make refund deposits to bank accounts or send out mailed checks.
But this is just an estimate and does not account for processing delays, statutory limitations (e.g PATH act) and other reasons refunds could get delayed beyond the normal processing schedule.
So another way, as discussed in this article, is to check your IRS tax transcript (free from your IRS account) that shows what is called a “cycle code.” This is an eight digit number that indicates when your tax return posted to the IRS Master File (IMF).
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The cycle code is updated regularly and when combined with tax transaction codes on your IRS transcript, can provide insight into your tax refund status (including amended returns), processing stages and potential direct deposit date.
What does the transcript cycle code mean?
The tax transcript cycle code means your return has been submitted to the IRS master file (IMF) and generally means that your filed tax return is under processing (code 152) by the IRS.
But remember the cycle code + tax topic code, need to be used together to figure your return or refund status given they change during the IRS processing cycle.
You will need to wait for the 846 code (refund issued) to show on your transcript. This means the IRS has processed your return and your estimated direct deposit date (DDD) has been determined. See section below for more details on this code.
The IRS can and does update cycle codes and dates regularly and are pretty careful about disclosing specific details given issues in past tax years.
However we do know the IRS updates returns in batches/cycles and your IRS cycle code tells you which batch you are in and whether your transcript tax return information is updated on a daily or weekly basis.
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How do I find and interpret my IRS Cycle Code?
You will need to get access to your (free) official IRS transcript. Once you have that look for the cycle date per the image below. It will be a 8 digit number like this 20220602.
The cycle is interpreted as follows: (YEAR)(WEEK OF YEAR)(DAY OF WEEK)
2022 [First four digits] – This is the tax processing year. 2022 in this example. It will be 2023 for the current tax season.
06 [Digits 5 and 6] – This is the week of year. So 06 means the 6th calendar week of the year. Months are not a factor here. Get a calendar out and count the weeks to determine this (a week goes Monday to Sunday). So Jan 3rd, 2022 to Jan 9th 2022 is Week 1, January 24th to January 30th is Week 4, February 7th to 13th is Week 6.
02 [Digits 7 and 8] – This is the “day of the week” for your IRS Account and when it posts to the IRS master file (IMF). Posting is classified as either being updated weekly or daily. Cycle codes ending in 01, 02, 03, 04 are daily accounts. Cycle codes ending in 05 are generally weekly accounts.
A full table of 2023 cycle codes and calendar dates is shown below. I update this during tax season with any changes and you can subscribe (free) via email to get the latest updates.
Note the IRS weekly processing starts on a Friday, not a Monday. I know strange, but that’s what it is.
There are 4 daily processing days per week (includes transcript and WMR/IRS2Go updates). So 01= Friday, 02=Monday, 03 = Tuesday, 04 = Wednesday and 05 is Thursday is generally reserved for weekly processing.
02 means this is a “daily” posted account and the posting to the IMF (IRS master file) will generally occur on Monday.
So using the example above, 20220602 cycle date is equivalent to a calendar date of Monday, February 7th, 2022. It means your return was successfully filed and you are in a daily batch cycle.
There is also an estimated processing date of Feb 28th, 2022 noted in the transcript example above.
Weekly vs Daily processing cycles
While WMR/IRS2Go and your transcript can update any day, they generally have major updates once a week and aligned to your cycle.
As detailed in this article, major WMR status updates for daily accounts (cycle codes 01 to 04) usually occur on Wednesdays; and major status updates on weekly (05 cycle code) accounts are generally on Saturdays.
Mass transcript updates for those with daily accounts (in the IRS Master File) are usually on Tuesdays; while those with weekly processed accounts generally see major updates on on Fridays. You can see more in this video.
Note that your cycle code can also change during a tax season (e.g. you from from daily to weekly) through resequencing of your tax return in the IRS master file. This will result in your tax return being pushed out one or more cycles (and likely result in a delayed refund).
Refund direct deposit date (with Code 846) via cycle code
When you see the IRS code 846 (refund of overpayment) on your transcript it means a refund has been issued. This is when you can use the cycle code to get an estimated payment date for your refund. It will generally be the day after your “day of the week” cycle code.
So if you are on a Tuesday daily cycle, your refund will likely hit your account on a Wednesday. Paper checks will take 5 to 7 days longer.
I have seen cases, due to processing backlogs, where the actual refund deposit (transaction date) into your bank account or financial card could happen 2 to 3 days after your cycle date. Don’t get too stressed if a couple of days off. This has been happening a lot in the last few years!
2023 IRS Cycle Codes and Calendar Dates Table
The table below shows the IRS cycle code to calendar date conversion. Remember the cycle code can update/change through out the tax season as your tax return is processed.
2023 Calendar date to IRS cycle code
|Calendar Date||2023 Cycle Code|
|Monday, January 2, 2023||20230102|
|Tuesday, January 3, 2023||20230103|
|Wednesday, January 4, 2023||20230104|
|Thursday, January 5, 2023||20230105|
|Friday, January 6, 2023||20230101|
|Monday, January 9, 2023||20230202|
|Tuesday, January 10, 2023||20230203|
|Wednesday, January 11, 2023||20230204|
|Thursday, January 12, 2023||20230205|
|Friday, January 13, 2023||20230201|
|Monday, January 16, 2023||20230302|
|Tuesday, January 17, 2023||20230303|
|Wednesday, January 18, 2023||20230304|
|Thursday, January 19, 2023||20230305|
|Friday, January 20, 2023||20230301|
|Monday, January 23, 2023||20230402|
|Tuesday, January 24, 2023||20230403|
|Wednesday, January 25, 2023||20230404|
|Thursday, January 26, 2023||20230405|
|Friday, January 27, 2023||20230401|
|Monday, January 30, 2023||20230502|
|Tuesday, January 31, 2023||20230503|
|Wednesday, February 1, 2023||20230504|
|Thursday, February 2, 2023||20230505|
|Friday, February 3, 2023||20230501|
|Monday, February 6, 2023||20230602|
|Tuesday, February 7, 2023||20230603|
|Wednesday, February 8, 2023||20230604|
|Thursday, February 9, 2023||20230605|
|Friday, February 10, 2023||20230601|
|Monday, February 13, 2023||20230702|
|Tuesday, February 14, 2023||20230703|
|Wednesday, February 15, 2023||20230704|
|Thursday, February 16, 2023||20230705|
|Friday, February 17, 2023||20230701|
|Monday, February 20, 2023||20230802|
|Tuesday, February 21, 2023||20230803|
|Wednesday, February 22, 2023||20230804|
|Thursday, February 23, 2023||20230805|
|Friday, February 24, 2023||20230801|
|Monday, February 27, 2023||20230902|
|Tuesday, February 28, 2023||20230903|
|Wednesday, March 1, 2023||20230904|
|Thursday, March 2, 2023||20230905|
|Friday, March 3, 2023||20230901|
|Monday, March 6, 2023||20231002|
|Tuesday, March 7, 2023||20231003|
|Wednesday, March 8, 2023||20231004|
|Thursday, March 9, 2023||20231005|
|Friday, March 10, 2023||20231001|
|Monday, March 13, 2023||20231102|
|Tuesday, March 14, 2023||20231103|
|Wednesday, March 15, 2023||20231104|
|Thursday, March 16, 2023||20231105|
|Friday, March 17, 2023||20231101|
|Monday, March 20, 2023||20231202|
|Tuesday, March 21, 2023||20231203|
|Wednesday, March 22, 2023||20231204|
|Thursday, March 23, 2023||20231205|
|Friday, March 24, 2023||20231201|
|Monday, March 27, 2023||20231302|
|Tuesday, March 28, 2023||20231303|
|Wednesday, March 29, 2023||20231304|
|Thursday, March 30, 2023||20231305|
|Friday, March 31, 2023||20231301|
|Monday, April 3, 2023||20231402|
|Tuesday, April 4, 2023||20231403|
|Wednesday, April 5, 2023||20231404|
|Thursday, April 6, 2023||20231405|
|Friday, April 7, 2023||20231401|
|Monday, April 10, 2023||20231502|
|Tuesday, April 11, 2023||20231503|
|Wednesday, April 12, 2023||20231504|
|Thursday, April 13, 2023||20231505|
|Friday, April 14, 2023||20231501|
|Monday, April 17, 2023||20231602|
|Tuesday, April 18, 2023||20231603|
|Wednesday, April 19, 2023||20231604|
|Thursday, April 20, 2023||20231605|
|Friday, April 21, 2023||20231601|
|Monday, April 24, 2023||20231702|
|Tuesday, April 25, 2023||20231703|
|Wednesday, April 26, 2023||20231704|
|Thursday, April 27, 2023||20231705|
|Friday, April 28, 2023||20231701|
|Monday, May 1, 2023||20231802|
|Tuesday, May 2, 2023||20231803|
|Wednesday, May 3, 2023||20231804|
|Thursday, May 4, 2023||20231805|
|Friday, May 5, 2023||20231801|
|Monday, May 8, 2023||20231902|
|Tuesday, May 9, 2023||20231903|
|Wednesday, May 10, 2023||20231904|
|Thursday, May 11, 2023||20231905|
|Friday, May 12, 2023||20231901|
|Monday, May 15, 2023||20232002|
|Tuesday, May 16, 2023||20232003|
|Wednesday, May 17, 2023||20232004|
|Thursday, May 18, 2023||20232005|
|Friday, May 19, 2023||20232001|
|Monday, May 22, 2023||20232102|
|Tuesday, May 23, 2023||20232103|
|Wednesday, May 24, 2023||20232104|
|Thursday, May 25, 2023||20232105|
|Friday, May 26, 2023||20232101|
|Monday, May 29, 2023||20232202|
|Tuesday, May 30, 2023||20232203|
|Wednesday, May 31, 2023||20232204|
|Thursday, June 1, 2023||20232205|
|Friday, June 2, 2023||20232201|
|Monday, June 5, 2023||20232302|
|Tuesday, June 6, 2023||20232303|
|Wednesday, June 7, 2023||20232304|
|Thursday, June 8, 2023||20232305|
|Friday, June 9, 2023||20232301|
|Monday, June 12, 2023||20232402|
|Tuesday, June 13, 2023||20232403|
|Wednesday, June 14, 2023||20232404|
|Thursday, June 15, 2023||20232405|
|Friday, June 16, 2023||20232401|
|Monday, June 19, 2023||20232502|
|Tuesday, June 20, 2023||20232503|
|Wednesday, June 21, 2023||20232504|
|Thursday, June 22, 2023||20232505|
|Friday, June 23, 2023||20232501|
|Monday, June 26, 2023||20232602|
|Tuesday, June 27, 2023||20232603|
|Wednesday, June 28, 2023||20232604|
|Thursday, June 29, 2023||20232605|
|Friday, June 30, 2023||20232601|
|Monday, July 3, 2023||20232702|
|Tuesday, July 4, 2023||20232703|
|Wednesday, July 5, 2023||20232704|
|Thursday, July 6, 2023||20232705|
|Friday, July 7, 2023||20232701|
|Monday, July 10, 2023||20232802|
|Tuesday, July 11, 2023||20232803|
|Wednesday, July 12, 2023||20232804|
|Thursday, July 13, 2023||20232805|
|Friday, July 14, 2023||20232801|
|Monday, July 17, 2023||20232902|
|Tuesday, July 18, 2023||20232903|
|Wednesday, July 19, 2023||20232904|
|Thursday, July 20, 2023||20232905|
|Friday, July 21, 2023||20232901|
|Monday, July 24, 2023||20233002|
|Tuesday, July 25, 2023||20233003|
|Wednesday, July 26, 2023||20233004|
|Thursday, July 27, 2023||20233005|
|Friday, July 28, 2023||20233001|
|Monday, July 31, 2023||20233102|
|Tuesday, August 1, 2023||20233103|
|Wednesday, August 2, 2023||20233104|
|Thursday, August 3, 2023||20233105|
|Friday, August 4, 2023||20233101|
|Monday, August 7, 2023||20233202|
|Tuesday, August 8, 2023||20233203|
|Wednesday, August 9, 2023||20233204|
|Thursday, August 10, 2023||20233205|
|Friday, August 11, 2023||20233201|
|Monday, August 14, 2023||20233302|
|Tuesday, August 15, 2023||20233303|
|Wednesday, August 16, 2023||20233304|
|Thursday, August 17, 2023||20233305|
|Friday, August 18, 2023||20233301|
|Monday, August 21, 2023||20233402|
|Tuesday, August 22, 2023||20233403|
|Wednesday, August 23, 2023||20233404|
|Thursday, August 24, 2023||20233405|
|Friday, August 25, 2023||20233401|
|Monday, August 28, 2023||20233502|
|Tuesday, August 29, 2023||20233503|
|Wednesday, August 30, 2023||20233504|
|Thursday, August 31, 2023||20233505|
|Friday, September 1, 2023||20233501|
|Monday, September 4, 2023||20233602|
|Tuesday, September 5, 2023||20233603|
|Wednesday, September 6, 2023||20233604|
|Thursday, September 7, 2023||20233605|
|Friday, September 8, 2023||20233601|
|Monday, September 11, 2023||20233702|
|Tuesday, September 12, 2023||20233703|
|Wednesday, September 13, 2023||20233704|
|Thursday, September 14, 2023||20233705|
|Friday, September 15, 2023||20233701|
|Monday, September 18, 2023||20233802|
|Tuesday, September 19, 2023||20233803|
|Wednesday, September 20, 2023||20233804|
|Thursday, September 21, 2023||20233805|
|Friday, September 22, 2023||20233801|
|Monday, September 25, 2023||20233902|
|Tuesday, September 26, 2023||20233903|
|Wednesday, September 27, 2023||20233904|
|Thursday, September 28, 2023||20233905|
|Friday, September 29, 2023||20233901|
|Monday, October 2, 2023||20234002|
|Tuesday, October 3, 2023||20234003|
|Wednesday, October 4, 2023||20234004|
|Thursday, October 5, 2023||20234005|
|Friday, October 6, 2023||20234001|
|Monday, October 9, 2023||20234102|
|Tuesday, October 10, 2023||20234103|
|Wednesday, October 11, 2023||20234104|
|Thursday, October 12, 2023||20234105|
|Friday, October 13, 2023||20234101|
|Monday, October 16, 2023||20234202|
|Tuesday, October 17, 2023||20234203|
|Wednesday, October 18, 2023||20234204|
|Thursday, October 19, 2023||20234205|
|Friday, October 20, 2023||20234201|
|Monday, October 23, 2023||20234302|
|Tuesday, October 24, 2023||20234303|
|Wednesday, October 25, 2023||20234304|
|Thursday, October 26, 2023||20234305|
|Friday, October 27, 2023||20234301|
|Monday, October 30, 2023||20234402|
|Tuesday, October 31, 2023||20234403|
|Wednesday, November 1, 2023||20234404|
|Thursday, November 2, 2023||20234405|
|Friday, November 3, 2023||20234401|
|Monday, November 6, 2023||20234502|
|Tuesday, November 7, 2023||20234503|
|Wednesday, November 8, 2023||20234504|
|Thursday, November 9, 2023||20234505|
|Friday, November 10, 2023||20234501|
|Monday, November 13, 2023||20234602|
|Tuesday, November 14, 2023||20234603|
|Wednesday, November 15, 2023||20234604|
|Thursday, November 16, 2023||20234605|
|Friday, November 17, 2023||20234601|
|Monday, November 20, 2023||20234702|
|Tuesday, November 21, 2023||20234703|
|Wednesday, November 22, 2023||20234704|
|Thursday, November 23, 2023||20234705|
|Friday, November 24, 2023||20234701|
|Monday, November 27, 2023||20234802|
|Tuesday, November 28, 2023||20234803|
|Wednesday, November 29, 2023||20234804|
|Thursday, November 30, 2023||20234805|
|Friday, December 1, 2023||20234801|
|Monday, December 4, 2023||20234902|
|Tuesday, December 5, 2023||20234903|
|Wednesday, December 6, 2023||20234904|
|Thursday, December 7, 2023||20234905|
|Friday, December 8, 2023||20234901|
|Monday, December 11, 2023||20235002|
|Tuesday, December 12, 2023||20235003|
|Wednesday, December 13, 2023||20235004|
|Thursday, December 14, 2023||20235005|
|Friday, December 15, 2023||20235001|
|Monday, December 18, 2023||20235102|
|Tuesday, December 19, 2023||20235103|
|Wednesday, December 20, 2023||20235104|
|Thursday, December 21, 2023||20235105|
|Friday, December 22, 2023||20235101|
|Monday, December 25, 2023||20235202|
|Tuesday, December 26, 2023||20235203|
|Wednesday, December 27, 2023||20235204|
|Thursday, December 28, 2023||20235205|
|Friday, December 29, 2023||20235201|
|Monday, January 1, 2024||20235302|
213 thoughts on “IRS Cycle Code – Using Your IRS Tax Transcript to Get 2023 Processing Updates and Refund Direct Deposit Date”
What does processing date mean on my transcript?
Not Much. It just reflects an IRS action date. Look at the cycle date for more guidance.
I have not received my refund from last year 2020 I had to mail in tax forms (certified) every time I call the IRS I can never get a straight answer from them I have been told several times they can’t find my forms then I was told to refile & I was told to check back in 6 mos as of July 2022 it has been 16 mos no refund
This is completely wrong. I should have had my refund by now and here it is July, 6th. You should take this down and put up a correct one.
These are indicative dates based on normal processing. If your refund is delayed in processing could take a lot longer.
After an audit is complete do they mail you a check are direct deposit?I got audited for tax year 2020 and my audited is finally completed so I’m wondering do they direct deposit your refund r send a check
Depends on your tax return payment selection. If not direct deposit info (preferred method) they will send you a check at the home address the IRS has on file for you
Tengo el ciclo 20222005 y también fecha de procesamiento del 6 de junio 2022 y dos códigos 971 tengo q esperar mucho para mirar mi reembolso en
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20221505 4-09-2022 transcript
I’m in a cycle of 20221805 and a processing date of 2022 may 23 but it also shows a code 766 and 768 on 4-15-2022 and a code of 971 and 570 on 05-23-2022 what does that mean
So the 150 code subtracted from 766 & 768 is what your refund is. Not sure about the others
I have cycle code 20221105 and have 04-04-2022 and next to code 766 and 768 credit to account date 04-15-2022 I have no code 846. Any body knows what this mean?
No I have the same code did you find out anything
Let me know if You guys find out anything.. mine is saying the same thing with the 04-15-2022 credit to my acct etc .. my processing date was March 28th
I’m in the same boat. Same cycle date, same processing date, did you find out anything?
Mine is the same as yours
Mine says the exact same thing not sure how to figure out what’s going on with it but it is not in my account
my daughters has the same exact codes smh, tax season is over 04-15-2022, but is ending 04-18-2022 this year
The other codes just reflect IRS processing of your refundable credits (766 and 768). The date there is a default. You just need the IRS to finish processing of your return and see 846 (with a 2022 date) on your transcript. It’s the 846 date that matters. See more in this related article – https://savingtoinvest.com/code-846-refund-issued-on-your-irs-tax-transcript-what-it-means-for-your-direct-deposit-or-paper-check-refund-payment/
Just from my vast research online lol, the 766 and 768 code are credits on your account and those amounts should add up to your refund amount. I’ve been told that you should be seeing the 846 code shortly after seeing the 766 and 768 codes. Everyone will have the April 15 date because that is the end of the tax season.
766 is tax relief credit.
846 is when they sent you that tax refund
from what I’m looking at, that’s what I’m assuming. Look at your 2021 when you scroll down and you’ll see the similar codes from 2021. Let me know if that sounds right. We’re now going into October and still don’t have an update. ♀️
It shows that my direct deposit date ends in 605 So my return should have deposited Feb 9 2023 today I got code 846 refund issued Feb 22, 2023 I am super confused
My tax transcript changes to 846 today, and my cycle number is 20221105, it shows refund issued 3-3–2022, is this the day that i will receive my refund?
Did you receive it?
Yes…that should be the day it was issued (1 to 2 days to your back account or up to 1 week if paper check mailed), unless there were other codes or you your refund amount was garnished for non-IRS debt or past due payments
The direct deposit info i used to get my return is closed how can i change that info
I have 20220805, since the end of February I have not seen any movement since. Any information would be appreciated.
I do too, but my 846 shows last years date not this year, but I know I am getting money. I am so confused as to WHEN I am getting this money. Can anyone help me? I try to even call the IRS, but you can’t get to a live person!! I have no idea when I am getting my refund. I keep seeing 4/15/22 all over it, but does that mean that’s when they are processing it?
You just need to wait for an 846 code with this years date. Nothing else you can do. See more in this article – https://savingtoinvest.com/code-846-refund-issued-on-your-irs-tax-transcript-what-it-means-for-your-direct-deposit-or-paper-check-refund-payment/#more-25708
There are prompts you can follow but you have to call 1st thing at like 659am when their lines open
Did you get your refund?
Same here still waiting.
My cycle say 20220602 date 2 28 2022 ,code 150 for 681 then it say 20211005 , 20211605, why do mines say 2021and not 2022 a d why is my codes 766,768,570 please help me understand
I have 846 code refund issue 3/17/21
Is this right? Or does it have to be 2022? And my cycle code is 20221005
How long does it hit your bank account?
You need a 2022 date. Your cycle code suggests this is a weekly cycle, so I expect you to get another update by this weekend.
I filed 2/5/2022. Bars disappeared. I have been on “STILL PROCESSING” with no tax topic code. I am suppose to be in resolution. A lady at IRS said she could not see any error. I had a tax preparer do it. What’s going on?
My 846 has a date with last year on it?
It needs to have this years, otherwise it means IRS is still processing and no refund has been approved. See more in this code 846 article.
Filed my 2/12 and accepted the same day, the bars disappeared the next week but then came back this past Thursday but is still only on the first bar (return received) Tax topic 152 id is still present. My cycle is 05 so I’m assuming that means I am on a weekly update basis. Just wondering if this is normal? My bars always usually disappear but when they come back they usually have refund approved, not this time. I didn’t receive the Child tax credits, and put in the right amount I did receive for the pandemic payments, however I did not claim all of my same kids on my 2021 tax return like I did on my 2020 because it’s their dads year, so maybe that’s the hold up? Idk, anyone else been through this? My Record of Tax Transcript still says N/a but my Account transcript has had a date of March 14, 2022 on it for a few weeks now.
I also have 0905 and have had the 846 code for a week. 846 code 3/16/2022. But WMR shows on or before 3/21/2022. So which is it? Does anyone know??
Which day was it for you? I’m going through the same I have 2 different dates and don’t know which one to go by?
They disappeared bc PATH ended. They disappeared for everyone.
Isn’t it wonderful to ask important questions and receive absolutely no answers?
Bottom line? Nobody really knows anything. They’re only guessing. Just keep sitting and waiting while hoping electric isn’t turned off and oil for heat doesn’t run out in the meantime… forget about those property taxes due back in January.
Just do what we’re all doing: sit and wait.
You should call the tax payer advocate line with the irs. It’s the number I used every time and I got a live person where I told them what I was calling about and they transferred me to the right department, 1-877-777-4778
If you’re weekly (I’m 0905) then since it’s updated on Saturday would Monday be the likely day following cycle code day if you got the 846 code on Saturday?
Did you get anything yet? I’m also 0905
Has it updated? I have 0905 abs still nothing
Hello, I have code 20220905. Was supposed to get it Friday if they did next day payment. But it’s been almost a week. Any thoughts?
Did you also have code 846 (refund issued) on your transcript? You need this to confirm refund payment, because your refund can get held up if additional processing or verification is taking place.
I have that code20221105 and refund date 11/14/2022. I’m waiting. Amended return when will I get the payment
See this article for more on where is my amended return – https://savingtoinvest.com/wheres-my-amended-tax-return-and-when-will-i-get-my-refund/
My cycle date is 20220703, which was February 21th 2022, but it shows a processing date of 03/07/2022….should I expect an update after 03/07?
I have a 150 code with an amount and date should i worry.
Ok I filed on 2-5, was accepted same day. Had 570 and 971 codes posted on transcript up until 3-2-22 when 846 code was added, however my cycle batch number was 20220805, but still nothing. I did claim EIC and CTC credits and I also claimed a new baby when I filed, (I had a baby in June of 2021), but I’m still confused bc my amount dropped from 11050 to 8950
SO likely an adjustment was made for you or your baby. The 971 (notice) will provide details and you should see details on your transcript with the adjustments (may take a couple of days to update). You will get paid the adjusted refund only and can appeal or submit an amended return if your claim is confirmed. But that portion will be delayed.
See this article on TC570 for more – https://savingtoinvest.com/what-is-tax-code-tc-570-on-my-irs-transcript-and-will-it-delay-my-refund-account-freeze-or-additional-account-actions-pending/
Hi any updates?
I add a new baby too and I claimed eitc too
Filed on 2/2/22 and still noting I have code 570 as March 14,2022
And code 970 with March 21
It’s really confusing
Cycle code 20220805
Processing date March 14, 2022
As of date March 14, 2022
Does this mean I’ll get my taxes on the 14th?
Do you see 846 code?
Mine says the same , I’m not sure but if it’s not that it’s when they’ll send it out ?
Mine says same any I date?
20220905 cycle and 150 code with 0.00 amount . But down at the bottom at the 846 it says amount I’m suppose to get .
I’m confused . Am I getting a return or not ???
150 means your return is processed and no liability. 846 is refund issued and the amount you care about (also in the top left, under account balance) on your transcript.