Where’s Your IRS Tax Refund?
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Still waiting on your tax refund? If you’re lucky enough to be getting money back but haven’t received it yet, the IRS has set up a webpage where you can check on the status of your refund. For e-filed returns, status should be available 72 hours after you e-file. If you filed on paper, status should be available 3 to 4 weeks after you mailed your return.
You’ll need to provide the following information from your tax return:
- Your Social Security Number (or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number)
- Your Filing Status
- The exact whole dollar amount of your refund
Owed money on April 15?
If you paid additional taxes to the IRS this year over and above your prepayments or withholdings, you’re likely required to pay estimated quarterly income taxes for this year. This means that 4 times a year you pay an estimated amount to the IRS to cover your taxes for the year in advance.
WorkingPoint’s Estimated Tax Report estimates your federal income and self-employment taxes based on IRS tax schedules for the current year, so you know how much you need to save for end of year taxes or for estimating your taxes for quarterly tax payments.
The Estimated Tax Report is available on Premium account plans. For more information about this report, check out our online Help Center.