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What does it mean when your tax return is "In process"?

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  • Nov 14th, 2018 11:05 pm
Jr. Member
Mar 4, 2018
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Nothing for me today...The same @is being processed@. Hope to receive news soon. FIled feb 26th, large refund expected.
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Dec 27, 2009
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Ottawa, ON
gearnice wrote:
Mar 14th, 2018 11:17 am
Nothing for me today...The same @is being processed@. Hope to receive news soon. FIled feb 26th, large refund expected.
It is the large refund that is a hold up. For example, last year my boss was owed a huge refund (over $50K). It took months and months for them to pay him.
Jr. Member
Mar 4, 2018
148 posts
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Yes it is, may be the same thing will happen to me, waiting months and months. Agrrr!
Newbie
Mar 12, 2018
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Spoke to cra agent today, she said give it 2 weeks from date filed then call if its still not done. Super frustrating its never taken this long for us. Mine is done and i get it tomorrow but partners isnt which is the one we wanted since its the bigger one
Member
Nov 3, 2009
480 posts
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Stuck in the same "is being processed" status.

I had a "Home Buyer's Plan" amount this year which is probably what flagged me.
Newbie
Mar 13, 2018
13 posts
9 upvotes
Canada
I’ve always nwtfiled and for my refund within 10 days .. I too am stuck on processing and when I called the agent said it can take 8 weeks and they don’t need anything from me. When I call the TIPS line the recording says there are technical difficulties with my refund .. who knows Pouting Face
Jr. Member
Mar 4, 2018
148 posts
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I will call tomorrow with CRA Agent. I will inform.
Newbie
Mar 1, 2018
26 posts
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I called tonight and spoke with a really nice lady. I have always had ours within 10-12 days. Both my husband's and mine say "in process." She told me she "thinks" they may need more information from us, but to call back by April 5th if I haven't had any correspondence from them. Never seen such delays as this.
Newbie
Mar 2, 2018
95 posts
22 upvotes
SAme here. When I called he said he couldn’t see why it was held up but he made a note that he told me April 5 was the max time frame for either getting my NOA or a letter requesting more info. I filed at 1pm on feb 26. I have always had mine switch to assessed within a day or two ofnfiling and my refunds within the week - 10 days
Newbie
Mar 1, 2018
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It makes me think they are delaying their processing and giving everyone the same answers. I have seen other people on this thread mention April 5th as well. If I knew the 2 week processing wasn't going to happen, I would have maybe taken it to H&R Block or something. I filed the 27th, so it's been over 2 weeks. Are you expecting a large refund?
Jr. Member
Mar 4, 2018
148 posts
30 upvotes
So, as I see we all will receive answer April 5th around. I will call tomorrow, just to know about mine. Same status as of today, @is being processed@. Filed on feb 26 6;35 am. Very large refund expected.
Jr. Member
Mar 4, 2018
148 posts
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CRA must have a forum like this. 24 hours service.
Newbie
Mar 2, 2018
95 posts
22 upvotes
cpollock1984 wrote:
Mar 14th, 2018 9:59 pm
It makes me think they are delaying their processing and giving everyone the same answers. I have seen other people on this thread mention April 5th as well. If I knew the 2 week processing wasn't going to happen, I would have maybe taken it to H&R Block or something. I filed the 27th, so it's been over 2 weeks. Are you expecting a large refund?
6200$
Newbie
Mar 13, 2018
6 posts
Filed March 5. My accountant called in and was told will have an answer. Was told that it was picked for a review. Nothing in particular, just random
Newbie
Mar 2, 2018
95 posts
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RichardW236 wrote:
Mar 14th, 2018 11:07 pm
Filed March 5. My accountant called in and was told will have an answer. Was told that it was picked for a review. Nothing in particular, just random
And yours shows “is being processed”?

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