2018 Tax Schedule for 2017 IRS Tax Refunds
Find out when to expect your 2017 IRS Tax Refund with our 2017 Tax Schedule for Tax Season 2016. Plan for your 2017 Tax Refund on your 2016 Tax Return now.
The IRS does not currently release a 2017 Tax Schedule, so we created our own based on prior year(s) tax refund dates. This list is purely for estimating your tax refund date and every tax return is different so yours could take much longer or shorter depending on your situation. This is our best answer to the question, “Where’s my Refund?” This is our Federal Income Tax Schedule for 2017. January 23rd 2017 is the official first day to file your 2016 tax return, full story.
Will my tax refund be delayed?
Possibly. If you file the Earned Income Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit, your 2016 Tax Return will be delayed until at least February 15th according to the IRS. Tax season 2017 is already starting off to be the slowest tax year ever.
Are there any consumer rebate programs going on currently?
Yes, but there is very tough qualifications. Find out how you can here.
See below for our 2018 Tax Schedule for 2017 IRS Tax Refunds. We only have part of the Tax Schedule, to find the rest visit our sister site IRS Refund Schedule.
Please see our *DISCLAIMER.
Tax Refund Approved After
Tax Refund Approved Before
2017 Direct Deposit Date
Tax Check Mail Date
|Monday, 01/23/2017 – First Day for Approval in 2017||Friday, 01/27/2017||Friday, 02/03/2017 – First IRS Payout||Friday, 02/03/2017|
|Friday, January 27, 2017||Friday, February 3, 2017||Friday, February 10, 2017||Friday, February 10, 2017|
|Friday, February 3, 2017||Friday, February 10, 2017||Friday, February 17, 2017||Friday, February 17, 2017|
|Friday, February 10, 2017||Wednesday, February 15, 2017||Friday, February 24, 2017||Friday, February 24, 2017|
|Wednesday, February 15, 2017 – First EITC & ACTC Approval in 2017||Friday, February 24, 2017||Friday, March 3, 2017||Friday, March 3, 2017|
*DISCLAIMER: This is only an estimate of when your tax refund will be in. The IRS doesn’t have anything to do with the creation and distribution of this 2017 Tax Schedule. The only official word from the IRS is 30 days after acceptance. Please do not use this schedule as anything more than general information due to prior year(s) dates.