The Internal Revenue Service's "Where's my refund?" website is being overrun. The agency wants people to stop checking the site multiple times per day. The IRS says ''You can generally expect the IRS to issue your refund in less than 21 calendar days after we receive your tax return. Use this tool to check on the status of your refund. It provides the most up-to-date information the IRS has. There’s no need to call us unless Where’s My Refund? tells you to do so. Where’s My Refund? is updated every 24 hours – usually overnight -- so you only need to check once a day.''
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