Updating the currently checked out branch may cause confusion

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.[2018 Update] The IRS has announced that it cannot finalize processing of tax refunds before mid-February for taxpayers who claimed the EITC/ACTC, per the PATH Act.This particular formula can only create a non-unique filename if the same user submits two separates forms (two browser forms open simultaneously) at the same EXACT second.

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Once you see it and understand it, you’ll think it’s simple, too.

Keep in mind that I focus entirely on Share Point-based Info Path forms and for the most part BROWSER-ENABLED forms.

– I see this topic come up a LOT on forums all over the place, so instead of continuing to answer the question time and time again, I am going to post a quick blog entry showing the steps.

I think this stuff is fairly simple, but it just doesn’t pop into your head initially.

They have however stressed that taxpayers should not expect refunds to be available in bank accounts or on debit cards until the week of Feb. Last year however some people did see it earlier depending on their refund deposit method.

The refund payment timing is due to several factors, including weekends, the Presidents Day holiday and the time needed for treasury and banks to process direct deposits.

This blog post helps explain why, and my blog post helps explain how to overcome it.

This entry was posted on June 20, 2009 at AM and is filed under Info Path 2007, MOSS 2007.

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