This article was last edited on Nov. 30, 2015. For updated information about your refund estimate, read How Big Will My Tax Refund Be?
Are you dreaming about a new tablet or splurging on a Christmas gift for someone special? The cash you need to make that exciting purchase could be right around the corner.
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In 2015, the IRS issued most refunds within 21 days of receiving a tax return. However, be cautious if you are planning to use your refund to make a purchase or pay something important. Some returns take longer to process and your refund could take longer to arrive.
To get a refund, you must reduce your tax liability. Consider contributing to your IRA, making a tax-deductible charitable donation or having a medical procedure that was scheduled for January pushed up to December.
When it’s time to file your taxes, you’ll want to finish it and get your refund as soon as possible. Gather the important documents you need now so you don’t waste any time.