The IRS begins accepting 2019 tax returns today (Jan 27) and starts paying out refunds next week, as early as February 3 according to The Military Wallet. According to The Motley Fool, the first direct deposit refunds won’t drop until February 17. Who’s right?

In my research, I’ve found several different time tables, all within about 1 week of each other. I’m going to provide you with a few time tables and recommend that you go with the latest dates to avoid any disappointment.

According to The Military Wallet:

According to The Motley Fool:

According to The College Investor:

This last chart from Nasdaq shows dates according to E-File or paper filing. E-filed returns will be processed a little quicker than paper-filed returns.

According to Nasdaq:

Posted by Marc Charles

Marc Charles has worked in Radio and Media since 2005. Marc has been active in media in Detroit, Ohio, Canada, and Florida. When he's not blogging for Money Talk Radio, he covers UFC and Boxing at big events, and with his weekly radio show The Octagram. Follow Marc on social media @MarcCharlesMMA & @TheOctagramMMA.