Check the status of your Tax Refund on the IRS website. You will need to provide the following information:
IRS Rules, Regulations and Procedures are constantly changing. Check their most Up-To-Date information concerning, "what to expect" when it comes to receiving your latest Tax Return.
An Identity Protection PIN (IP PIN) is a six-digit number that prevents someone else from filing a tax return using your Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number. If you don't already have an IP PIN, you may get an IP PIN as a proactive step to protect yourself from tax-related identity theft.
Family and dependent, income and savings, homeowner, healthcare and education credits. Work, itemized, education, health care and investment deductions. Find out how credits and deductions work and if any apply to your personal Tax Refund.
Qualified business income deduction, business losses and business expenses. A tax deduction lowers a businesses taxable income, while a tax credit reduces the amount a business owes. Find out how credits and deductions work and if any apply to your business or self-employed Tax Refund.
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) helps low to moderate income workers and families get a tax break. If you qualify, you can use the credit to reduce the taxes you owe and possibly increase your refund.
Whether you file electronically or on paper, direct deposit gives you access to your refund faster than a paper check. Taxpayers who use direct deposit for their tax returns also receive their economic impact payments quicker.
If your address has changed, you need to notify the IRS to ensure you receive any IRS refunds or correspondence.