Code 806 recognizes your electronic submission. Code 766 recognizes that you submitted your return. Code 768 records a credit for earned income. The code 570 means that additional action is pending on the account.
The 766 transaction code issued in your academic record indicates that a credit has been made to your account. This is usually a refund, but it can be a credit to pay taxes from a previous year, if you have them. If you see the code 768 in your academic record, it means that an amount of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) has been credited to your account. The indication in code 768 is an amount of credit for income from work.
The dates that appear on the transcript indicate the date that those credits take effect in the file, which does not necessarily correspond to the date of deposit or the date that a check is mailed. However, deposits or shipping dates are usually within a few days of those dates. If your account shows the official codes from the IRS master file, the transaction code is no more than 806, which is a credit. You can learn more about these codes and payments by contacting a representative on the IRS toll-free help line.
If you see IRS code 846 (overpayment refund) in your academic record, it means a refund has been issued. Formally, according to the IRS Pocket Guide report, transaction code 570 means that the return is suspended due to additional pending liability. If you are the recipient of the tax transcription cycle code, it means that your return has been successfully incorporated into the IRS master file, which means that the IRS is currently processing the tax you filed. Therefore, the IRS cyclical code can tell you what batch you are in and when the transcript tax return information is updated, either daily or weekly.
Code 766 on an IRS transcript indicates that a credit was deposited in a consumer's account and that a return was filed. One of the unique stipulations of Code 768 in IRS transcripts is the cost of household support when filing as the reporting head of household. You may receive a letter related to your state in Code 766 or Code 768 in the mail before the check arrives. Digits 7 and 8 are the days of the week of the IRS account and the time it is updated in the IRS master file.