WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Tax refunds for about 600,000 taxpayers claiming an education credit will be delayed, the Internal Revenue Service said on Wednesday, citing a software glitch at some tax-preparation companies, including industry leader H&R Block Inc. Refunds may be delayed four to six weeks from mid-February, likely not showing up until late March, the IRS said. The agency is working with tax-preparation businesses to deliver the refunds, said IRS spokeswoman Michelle Eldridge. An H&R Block spokesman said the software problem had been fixed and the company was working with the IRS. …
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