It doesn't necessarily mean there is something wrong or that you are being audited when they remove the bars. "Still being processed" just means they are still working on your return. Have they put a notice for you to contact them there on that status page?
The government doesn't send any updates on your return or refund status to TurboTax after they accept your return. So only they can provide you with further details on the status now. Many returns take longer than 21 days since not all of them are the exact same. Every return they get is different in some way. You won't know if they are auditing you until they send you a letter stating that they are.
But you do have the option to check with a taxpayer advocate to see if they can help you get your refund quicker. They are pretty good about helping the process along if they can. Give them a call at 1-877-777-4778 and tell them your situation and they can let you know what they can do to help; if anything.
I realize waiting is not fun. Here is the most honest thing I can tell you about getting your refund. It can take up to 21 days to receive. Processing times may take a little longer for those receiving tax credits. You're just one of many millions of people waiting. A tax advocate is not necessary at this point and more than likely you are not going to be audited.
May I offer very sincere sisterly advice? Try to view getting your refund as if it were a surprise, something you didn't know was coming. Continue life and work as usual. This will help reduce and relieve all stress and frustration. Then when your refund arrives - voila! - life is amazing! And if you have a special little one in your life, then it really truly is.
For some people, it cannot be a just pleasant surprise. For this person who asked the question, obviously she said, she needs money very soon. Just saying think of refund as pleasant surprise isn't helping anyone here.
My return is "still in process" as well, as of July 27 I was an early filer as well. They asked for copies of w-2's which I sent on June 25. And I know I attached to the original return when I filed it. I don't consider my refund a surprise. It is money I earned and they are holding. I owe estimated taxes--but they owe me more than my payment. Don't really feel inclined to pay them MORE right now. If they paid the kind of interest they charge us, we would have our refunds right now!