04-25-2013 01:48 PM
I had to use 2011 and 2012 on application. After paying for appraisal inspections and paying my CPA for a letter i was denied because IRS has not processed my 2012 return yet. Was efiled Jan 30th.
I told them i was losing $700 and my house. Basically tuff luck try again in July, maybe we will have gotten to it by then.
I had to do 2011 and 2012 because im self employed only those 2 years.
04-25-2013 02:11 PM
Holy crap man that's devestating...are there no other options, that's basically it?
I'm sweating bullets now because I am in the same boat, I will need 2012 taxes and I e-filed and the taxes were "accepted" on 03/24.
04-25-2013 02:22 PM
Mine show accepted Jan 30th but in processing ever since.
Yeah thast it, no 2 returns no house.
04-25-2013 02:29 PM - edited 04-25-2013 02:31 PM
If you are due a refund, they process the taxes fairly quickly. If you owed taxes, it gets put in the back of the line, even if you already paid the owed taxes. Freaking out over here, on the phone with the IRS right now trying to get through all the menus to talk to someone.
04-25-2013 02:31 PM
Mike_B03 wrote:If you are due a refund, they process the taxes fairly quickly. If you owed taxes, it gets put in the back of the line, even if you already paid the owed taxes. Freaking out over here, on the phone with the IRS right now trying to get through all the menus to talk to someone.
Wow, didn't know. I'm gonna make sure that i over withhold my tax every year from now on.
04-25-2013 04:44 PM
Have you contacted the Taxpayer Advocate's office? If not, you should- maybe they can help.
Did you escalate to someone higher up- President, VP, something, in your lender's company? I would try that as well, in addition to contacting the Taxpayer Advocate's office.
04-25-2013 04:51 PM
Dug this up online, pretty cool...didn't know this existed. I don't know if I should wait and see if the UW will run into a problem (dont know if they will actually require transcripts or if just our copies are ok) or if I should jump ahead and see about getting the taxes processed asap.
You can also call the Taxpayer Advocate Service toll-free at 1-877-777-4778, or fill out Form 911,Request for Taxpayer Advocate Service Assistance, and fax or mail it to the address above.
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04-25-2013 06:13 PM
My guess is you would have to wait and see if the your lender needs the transcript. I used the Advocate's years ago, and they resolved my issue, but I had to provide them with written proof that the delay processing my return was adversely affecting me/creating a hardship. Since your lender hasn't requested the transcript, or put anything in writing stating your loan will be declined without it, you wouldn't have any documentation to provide the Advocate's office with.