I'm Anne. I've been preparing taxes for 27 years and I'll be happy to help.
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I'm assuming that you want to talk to a real person at the IRS.
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I'm assuming that you have already checked with your bank, and found no record of a deposit from the IRS in 2014.
There are some common reasons why people may not get their full refund.
1- The IRS never received your 2014 tax return. If this is the case, then you simply resend it.
2-You had an "offset" . In other words, you owed some government agency, such as student loan, back child support, etc. You can read about that here:
There is also a "Tax payer Advocate" service that's free. (https://www.irs.gov/Advocate) that acts as a liaison between you and the IRS.
They will not have your tax information, so they can not tell you whether or not you received your refund in 2014 However, they might offer up some help in getting you the information you need.
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