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return not accepted by the irs but has been 48 hours!

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I'm experiencing the same issue! I have friends who used other services and their returns have already been accepted 

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I experienced the same issue. This is new to me since I typically use Turbo Tax so I am used to getting accepted in less than 24 hours. However, I did receive an email early this morning that my return was accepted. I filed the night of January 24, Pacific Standard Time. So it took about 72 hours for approval. 

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I'm going on 7 days...

I submitted mine last Friday (1/27), still nothing for either federal or state.

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5 days still no acceptance

Submitted Jan 29 still no response

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IRS has not received my e-file.

How long does it take for an e-file to be accepted through Credit Karma?  Should I just mail the return?  I see several people are having the same issue.  Very disappointed 

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