Check my Refund Status and other IRS Resources

  • There are a number of reasons that the tax refund could be delayed. First you should ensure that your taxes were indeed correctly filed and that they were accepted by the federal and state tax agencies. The PATH Act enacted in 2015 will delay all refunds regardless of how you file for 21 days for tax returns claiming the EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) and/or the ACTC (Additional Child Tax Credit). Another common reason for tax refund delays are due to missing documents. You should confirm that you did not have any tax documents that were not included in your tax return. If your tax return included an ITIN application/ renewal, or if you recently received a new SSN for yourself or anyone else on your return, this could also delay your refund. If the IRS needs additional verification or if your return gets audited, they may request additional authentication before releasing your tax refund.

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  • If you need your prior year Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) to e-file and you don’t have access to your last year’s return: Click here to go to the IRS Get Transcript Site.

  • If you suspect someone stole your identity and used your SSN to file your tax return: Click here to go to the IRS site to learn more about the steps you can take to protect yourself.

  • Internal Revenue Service prohibits discrimination against taxpayers on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, age, or reprisal. Taxpayers with a disability may request accommodations. You can read more here.