The IRS has begun releasing held-up refunds but processing by the U.S. Treasury and banks mean many of those filers may not see the money until the week of Feb. 27.
The IRS has begun releasing held-up refunds but processing by the U.S. Treasury and banks mean many of those filers may not see the money until the week of Feb. 27. Photo illustration
The IRS has begun releasing held-up refunds but processing by the U.S. Treasury and banks mean many of those filers may not see the money until the week of Feb. 27. Photo illustration

IRS starts releasing tax refunds delayed in fraud fight, but expect a wait

February 15, 2017 12:08 PM

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