If you haven’t already filed your 2022 income tax return the IRS is encouraging you to file electronically.
“E-file is the fastest and safest and absolutely the most accurate way to do your return because the software doesn’t make an arithmetic mistake it doesn’t put the wrong number on the wrong line,” IRS spokesman Michael Devine says.
“When you e-file your return and use direct deposit — so the money goes right into your bank account, you get your tax return processed faster.”
Devine says you can expect a refund within about 21 days and oftentimes, even faster.
Minnesota News Network