The Internal Revenue Service has reduced the amount of time it is estimating it will take to process hundreds of thousands of delayed tax returns claiming refunds from education tax credits.

The IRS is estimating that the delays will now take about two to four weeks instead of up to six weeks, and most affected taxpayers should receive their refunds by mid-April.

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