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And for many different reasons, from the pandemic to their own manpower issues, to recent law changes, which may or may not have anything to do with your return that seems to be delayed.
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/irs-holds-over-29-million-tax...

As for me, I'm retired, not working, no longer in business, no kids, no credits, so my return is boring and I got my balance due withdrawn as scheduled. I did not take advantage of the extended due date to May 17th, because the balance due was not large, and I wanted to file to get it done and to finalize my 2020 tax for 2021 estimated tax purposes.

Our 3rd-round stimulus payments all went to charity. They all would have, except that we got our 1st-round stimulus payment just as our furnace died. So at least it went to a local contractor. The only bad part of that is that some local charities are going to be very disappointed next year, now that I'm on their really-good list.

Bill
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