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Tax Time Solutions

Check Return Status or Order Copies of Previous Returns

Check the status of your Federal Tax Return with the IRS's Where's My Refund tool. You will need your social security number, your filing status, and the exact amount of your refund. 

Check the status of your Virginia State Return at

Order copies of your previously filed Federal Tax Returns by creating an online account at or by calling the IRS automated phone transcript service at 1-800-908-9946. 

Transcripts of previously filed Virginia State Returns from the past 5 years are available by completing form VA-1 at Please note there is a $5 fee for each Virginia State Return you request. 

Please note as of June 1, 2023 the Credit Union will not be able to provide copies of tax returns previously prepared at one of our tax sites

Tax Refund Direct Deposit Information

The IRS makes it easy for you to direct deposit your tax refund into your credit union savings or checking account when filing. Direct deposit is safer, easier and faster than having a check sent by postal mail. NEVER direct your tax refund to someone else's account

To utilize direct deposit, on the refund portion of your tax return: 

  • Enter UVA Community Credit Union's Routing Number: 251480181
  • Select checking or savings and enter your account number
  • Confirm routing number and account details 
  • Visit to check the status of your refund
  • Verify the direct deposit amount(s)

VITA Tax Prep Services

During tax season, IRS-trained volunteers from Cville Tax Aid Coalition may be able to assist you with preparing and e-filing your basic federal and Virginia state returns free of charge through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. 

Path Act Delays Some Refunds

Beginning in 2017, the IRS holds refunds on tax returns claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit until mid-February. Under the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act, the IRS must hold the entire refund – even the portion not associated with the EITC and ACTC – until at least February 15. The IRS cautions taxpayers that these refunds may not arrive in bank accounts or on debit cards until late February (assuming there are no processing issues with the tax return and the taxpayer chose direct deposit). Through holding refunds the IRS has more time to detect and prevent fraud, to protect legitimate taxpayers. 

Other Useful Sites

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Virginia Department of Taxation
Social Security Administration 
Open an IRA
Speak with a Members Wealth Management Financial Advisor

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