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IRS TAX RETURN Processing Centers NEW UPDATE | Where's my Refund?!

four minutes to go over the general what

the iris is doing generally and how it's

going with the iris with employees that

then will Mike and I will discuss the

the Care Act the legislative that the

legal aspects Michael talked about and I

can talk a little bit but how we are

implementing some of the provisions so

you know it could be understatement if I

didn't say this is a really unique

situation an unprecedented challenge for

our country

you know it's faced by tax payers for

our employees and we've taken

extraordinary steps to alleviate the

legitimate concerns that we that we hear

about every day many times a day from

tax payers and we take them all very

seriously and we try to see what we can

do to alleviate as much as we can and we

try to balance that against the health

and safety of our employees as you knows

and many of them are taxpayer facing

employees some of them can telework and

some of them cannot so we've closed all

our taxpayer assistance centers because

you can't have face-to-face contacts all

our service centers at this point are

closed because of shelter in place so

what does it mean it means that the mail

is is being helped well there is so much

mail that the post office can't hold it

so we are literally holding it in

trailers and tell our employees I don't

get that smirk on her face I don't know

if she was about to start laughing but

anyways let's replay that again because

I think that's very important to know

that all the mail that all the citizens

across this nation are mailing in is

being held in trailer so let's let's

replay that one more time

employees some of them can telework and

some of them cannot so we've closed all

our taxpayer assistance centers because

you can't have face-to-face contacts all

our service centers at this point are

closed because of shelter in place so

what does it mean it means that the mail

is it's being helped well there is so

much mail that the post office can't

hold it so we are literally holding it

in trailers and tell our employees can

get back and work to them returns are

electronically filed individual returns

you know close to 90% are a file a lot

of business returns armed especially for

refunds and amended returns a lot and so

that that's been causing concerns with

the taxpayers especially when the Care

Act allows for refunds and on that Mike

we'll talk about in a minute

so so that sounds like a big disaster

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and a lot of people already know that

the IRS and just not even the IRS just

the government in general have a very

full process ease workflow systems and

that's just an existing problem and now

you're adding the this pandemic to the

mix as another variable and we can

already see a lot of government

a lot of government offices are now

starting to create new workflows new

processes which means people are not

going to come back to what was normal

prior to this pandemic so what I'm about

that what I'm basically saying for you

is just to wrap this thing up is if

you're expecting this to wrap up in July

of 2020 or perhaps August of 2020 my

guess and don't quote me on this is this

is not gonna get done until perhaps

October possibly November so if you're

expecting a refund check after waiting

10 months a lot of people have been

waiting 10 months and it doesn't even

matter if you file the paper tax return

or you did an e file some people did get

their tax refunds when they did Annie

found a lot of people are still waiting

so my guess is if you're anticipating

your refund in July you have a whole lot

more to wait for because by the time

they get to where they're gonna have all

kinds of social distancing rules and

politics that go through so let's go

over to the IRS website they put out a

update on June 3rd 2020 which is just 7

days ago and it basically says

as part of that we remain on track with

our phased expansion and reopening of

operations continues for employees with

non portable work employees with non

portable work returned to offices in

Kentucky Texas and Utah Monday which I

believe was June P now there's gonna be

additional openings of operations in

Georgia and Tennessee beginning June

15th Missouri Michigan June 15th Indiana

Ohio June 29th California Puerto Rico

Oregon June 29th these include

processing centers noticed print

facilities and call center operations we

will continue to focus on non-portable

work I don't know what exactly is

non-portable work mean all they really

care about is are they gonna be able to

start processing tax refunds or not I'm

sure they know it's a big problem I

think that when they come out with an

update like this they should just

address the big fish of all problems

what is non portable work anyone that's

watching this video if you know exactly

what that means please please please

comment down below let us know what

non-portable work really means or is

that just a fancy way of saying tax

refunds I don't know I'm not I don't

understand the IRS lingo or a

terminology here so this is relatively

good news but we still don't know when

the money's gonna come in the mail

that's the biggest question on a lot of

people's mind

I've been sifting through all sorts of

news releases and nothing really has any

substance that I can share with you guys

other than what you're already watching

on YouTube but this seems to be the only

good news so far that some of these

processing centers and operational

offices are going to start opening up

some of them have already opened up like

they mentioned Kentucky Texas and Utah

I've already opened up this month this

past Monday June 8th so hopefully things

start getting a little better let me

know down below if anyone knows what

non-portable work means also make sure

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