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 What is the first day to file taxes?

Answer The IRS has set January 16th of each year as the first day you are allowed to e-file your federal taxes. The taxes are not recognized, however, until two days later.Source:IRS Tax Calendar
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When I file my taxes using e-file, how long does it take to get my refund?

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