I'm finally done with my return. It was everything I thought it would be.*
I have no homework this week in English. I am going to try to finish my History quizzes and exams completely. It's an online class, and I can, and I don't have 12 hours of English busy-work to do. So yeah.
I made a friend in my English class. He has Debbie Robinson as his prof for Constitution. This amuses me.
I'm taking a CLEP on Friday.
I'm still ridiculously happy.
*Because Congress was late this tax year passing some legislation related to the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT), the IRS has let us know it expects a delay in processing some tax returns and refunds, including returns affected by the AMT and returns for people claiming the Hope and Lifetime Learning and the Home Energy credits.
If you are in this situation, you will be receiving your refund later this year. The IRS has targeted Feb. 11 as the date it will begin processing these returns. It usually takes 1 or 2 days for the IRS to process and accept (or reject) your returns, and longer for some states.
That means if you’re receiving a refund, you should expect to receive it in 9-14 days from the day your return is accepted (if you chose direct deposit) or 3-4 weeks from the day your return is accepted (if you are receiving a check).