State Web Portals for Tax Payments & Refunds

The status of your state tax return can be checked on the state tax department’s website. We've created a list of links and instructions for all the states below


State Instructions Comments
Alabama (AL) Open the My Alabama Taxes page, then click the Check on My Refund Status button found on the left side of the Welcome Page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Alabama Department of Revenue.
Statement from Alabama Department of Revenue: For the most up-to-date information concerning the status of your current year refund, call 1-855-894-7391 or check our website, then click on "Where's my refund?." Return processing times vary depending on many factors, including the complexity of the return and our identity verification processes. Please allow 8-12 weeks to receive your refund. The department is once again converting some tax refunds to a paper check that were requested to be delivered by direct deposit. Making this change is intended to prevent criminals from easily diverting fraudulently filed refunds to their own accounts. Avoiding potential refund fraud by sending paper checks outweighs taking the risk of sending a refund electronically to the wrong party.
Alaska (AK) Alaska is one of seven states that do not charge income tax. Therefore, there is no refund status information available for Alaska since taxpayers in the state pay only federal income taxes. Please note that even though you do not need to file a state tax return if you live in Alaska, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
Arizona (AZ) Open the Check Refund Status page. (You'll need to click Where's My Refund? if you get redirected to the AZTaxes.gov homepage.)

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Arizona Department of Revenue.
Arkansas (AR) Open the Arkansas Taxpayer Access Point and click the Where's My Refund? link at the bottom of the page.
California (CA) Open the State of California Franchise Tax Board’s Check Your Refund Status page. You will be asked to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return.  Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact the California Franchise Tax Board.
Colorado (CO) Open the Colorado Department of Revenue Online page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Colorado Department of Revenue. For more information on your refund status click here.
Statement from the Colorado Department of Revenue: The Colorado Department of Revenue is emphasizing fraud detection and prevention over the fast refunds it has prioritized over the past 20-plus years with the advent of electronic income tax filing. Fraud detection and prevention is essential in this age of increased identity theft. Taxpayers are warned that they could experience delays of as long as 60 days compared to previous years due to Department of Revenue enhanced tax refund fraud detection efforts. While efforts to detect fraud cause refund processing to slow down, the department is asking taxpayers for patience because it is better to be sure a refund is going to the correct party and not to data thieves who stand to benefit from stolen refunds.
Connecticut (CT) Open the Taxpayer Service Center (TSC) page, then click the Check the Status of Your Refund button found on the left side of the Welcome Page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact  the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS). Get additional information about refunds here.
Delaware (DE) For refund-related questions, contact the Delaware Division of Revenue. Statement from Delaware DOR: You will receive a tax return acknowledgement from the Delaware Division of Revenue when your return has been received and is being processed. If additional information is needed to process your return, the Division of Revenue will contact you. Refund time frames can vary depending on the complexity of your return (usually 4 to 12 weeks). You can check the status of your refund anytime.
District of Columbia (DC) Open the   MyTax.DC.gov portal and click the blue Where's My Refund? button.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the DC Office of Tax and Revenue.
Statement from DC Office of Tax and Revenue: Some refunds that are requested as Direct Deposit may be converted to paper check as a measure of fraud detection and prevention efforts.
Florida (FL) Florida is one of seven states that do not charge income tax. Therefore, there is no Refund Status Information available for Florida since taxpayer pay only federal income taxes. Please note that even though you do not need to file a state tax return if you live in Florida, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
Georgia (GA) Open the Where's my refund? page on the Georgia Tax Center website. You will be asked to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return.  Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact the Georgia Department of Revenue.
Hawaii (HI) To track your refund, open the Hawaii Department of Taxation's Tax Refund Status site.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Hawaii Department of Taxation.
Idaho (ID) Open the Idaho   Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) and then click on Check your refund status online. Providing your driver's license or identity card number when you e-file could help your return to be processed faster; however, returns without ID won’t be rejected.
Illinois (IL) Open the Find Your IL Tax Refund page. Go to the ILDOR website for more information. Statement from ILDOR: In general, you can expect your refund to take longer than previous years as we continue our efforts to prevent identity theft and fraud.
Indiana (IN) Open the Indiana Department of Revenue Refund Status Service page.


Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Indiana Department of Revenue.
Iowa (IA) Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Iowa Department of Revenue. Statement from Iowa Department of Revenue: With the increase of identity theft and tax refund fraud, you may experience longer wait times than in past years before receiving your refund. The Iowa Department of Revenue does not provide estimated time frames for refund processing because every return is different. Please check your Iowa refund status online at Where’s My Refund. Iowa Department of Revenue phone representatives see the same information that you see online.
Kansas (KS) Open the Kansas Department of Revenue Income and Homestead Refund Status page to check the status of your refund. Statement from Kansas Department of Revenue: Taxpayers expecting refunds that filed electronically can expect a deposit in 10 to 14 business days. Taxpayers expecting a refund that filed using a paper form should allow at least 16 to 20 weeks to receive a refund back by mail. To check your current year tax refund go to our website or call 1-800-894-0318 for automated refund information. You will need your Social Security number(s) and the expected amount of your refund. Any errors, inaccurate forms or information, photocopied forms, or incomplete information will delay the processing of a return and can extend the time frame for you to expect your refund.
Kentucky (KY) Open the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Where's My Refund? page. You will be asked to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return.  Kentucky tax refunds may be delayed, due to the state increasing its fraud prevention measures. Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact Kentucky Department of Revenue.
Louisiana (LA) Open the Louisiana Department of Revenue's (LDR)   Where's My Refund? page to track your refund.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Louisiana Department of Revenue.
Maine (ME) Open Maine's Refund Status Information website to track your refund.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Maine Revenue Services Department.
Maryland (MD) Open the Comptroller of Maryland's Want To Check On Your Current Year Refund? page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Comptroller of Maryland.
Statement from the Comptroller of Maryland: Individual taxpayers can check the status of their refund by going to the Comptroller of Maryland Web Site and clicking on Where’s my refund? or by calling the automated refund inquiry hotline, toll-free 1-800-218-8160 or 410-260-7701. Please allow at least 10 days from acceptance of your return before calling Taxpayer Services at toll-free 1-800-638-2937 or 410-260-7980.
Massachusetts (MA) Open the MassTax Connect Refund Status page, then click the Where's My Refund? button found on the left side of the Welcome Page. You will be asked to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return.  Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.
Michigan (MI) Open the Michigan Department of Treasury’s Where's My Refund? page. For identification purposes, you will be asked for your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) or Total Household Resources (THR). Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact the Michigan Department of Treasury.
Minnesota (MN) Open Minnesota's   Where's My Refund? page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Minnesota Department of Revenue.
Statement from the Minnesota Department of Revenue: Every refund we receive is different and processing time will vary.
Mississippi (MS) Open the Mississippi   Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) and click the Check the status of my refund link on the bottom of the page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Mississippi Department of Revenue.
Statement from Mississippi Department of Revenue: Due to the increase of fraudulent activity, the Mississippi Department of Revenue has implemented additional procedures and safeguards into our return processes in an effort to mitigate potential fraud. These processes will validate income tax return credits reported prior to issuing requested refunds. As a result, these additional procedures may cause a delay in refund processing in order to ensure that the right refunds are being paid to the right taxpayers.
Missouri (MO) Open the Missouri Return Inquiry System page to track your refund.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Missouri Department of Revenue.
Montana (MT) Open the Montana   TransAction Portal (TAP) and click on Where's My Refund (in the Quick Links section).

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Montana Department of Revenue.
Statement from the Montana Department of Revenue: Generally, the timeframe for issuing refunds depends on when the return is filed and the volumes coming in. For returns filed in January with no problems noted, refunds can sometimes be issues within a week. However, refunds from returns filed in April can sometimes take 8 weeks, even if there is no problem with the return, as the state manages its cash resources as it meets all of its obligations. The timing of refunds is also affected by the Department's measures to prevent identity theft and refund fraud. The time to process refunds will be slower and refunds will only be issued when the Department has taken reasonable steps to ensure that the individuals claiming the refunds are not using stolen identities. The  Montana Department of Revenue will be taking more time to review 2017 returns for fraudulent activity, which will increase the time it normally takes to receive a refund.
Nebraska (NE) Open Nebraska's   Refund Information page for the most up-to-date information.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Nebraska Department of Revenue.
Nevada (NV) Nevada is one of seven states that do not charge income tax. Therefore, there is no Refund Status Information available for Nevada since taxpayers in the state pay only federal income taxes. Please note that even though you do not need to file a state tax return if you live in Nevada, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
New Hampshire (NH) New Hampshire residents are only required to file a tax return if their interest and dividend income exceeded $2,400 ($4800 for joint filers). Additional exemptions exist for people of a certain age, people who are blind, and people with disabilities Because there’s no withholding, a refund is unlikely, so you should prepare to owe something. Please note that even though you may not need to file a state tax return if you live in New Hampshire, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
New Jersey (NJ) Open New Jersey's   Income Tax Refund Information page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the New Jersey Division of Taxation.
New Mexico (NM) Open the New Mexico   Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) and select Where's My Refund? at the left of the page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department.
Statement from New Mexico Taxation & Revenue Department: To see the refund status, enter your social security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) and the refund amount. You can also get status information by logging into your Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) account.
New York (NY) Open the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance  Check Refund Status page. You do not need an Online Services account to use the Check Refund Status page. You will be asked to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return.  Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.
North Carolina (NC) Open the North Carolina Department of Revenue's Where's My Refund? page. The average processing time for a refund is 6 weeks from the date it was accepted. If it has been more than 12 weeks since the NCDOR accepted (received) your return and you still haven’t received a refund, they ask that you call them toll-free at 1-877-252-3052. Statement from North Carolina Department of revenue: The North Carolina Department of Revenue offers a text message notification service for updates on individual income returns. When you register for the service, you will receive a text message when a return is filed with your Social Security Number and when your refund in mailed or direct deposited. The service also allows you to take action before you to take action before a fraudulent refund is issued. If you are a victim of identity theft, you will receive a text message if a fraudulent return is filed with your social security number. The NCDOR will not include your Social Security Number in any text message. Open NCDOR to learn more about the service and sign up.
North Dakota (ND) Open North Dakota's   Income Tax Refund Status page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the North Dakota Office of the State Tax Commissioner.
Ohio (OH) If you haven’t received a refund within the stated time period, please use the Check My Refund Status option on the tax.ohio.gov website.   Statement from Ohio Department of Taxation: Taxpayers who request a direct deposit for an original return may expect a refund within 15 business days. Paper returns will take approximately 8 to 10 weeks to process.
Oklahoma (OK) Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Oklahoma Tax Commission. Statement from the Oklahoma Tax Commission: If the return was e-filed, taxpayers can generally begin checking on their refund about four business days after the return was accepted by the Oklahoma Tax Commission. If the return was paper filed, taxpayers should wait about three weeks to begin checking on their refund. Once processed, allow 5 working days for the deposit to be made to a bank account. For debit card refunds, allow 5 to 7 working days for delivery. Visit the OTC website and click the Check on a Refund link, which will lead to our Oklahoma Taxpayer Access Point (OkTAP).
Oregon (OR) Open the   Oregon Revenue Online page, then click Where's my refund? in the Quick Links section.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Oregon Department of Revenue and select Personal Income Tax Assistance.
Pennsylvania (PA) Open the Where's My PA Personal Income Tax Refund? page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.
Rhode Island (RI) Open the State of Rhode Island's Tax Refund Status page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Rhode Island Division of Taxation.
South Carolina (SC) Open the South Carolina's Income Tax Refund Status page. You will be asked to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return. Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact South Carolina Department of Revenue.
South Dakota (SD) South Dakota is one of seven states that do not charge income tax. Therefore, there is no Refund Status Information available for South Dakota since taxpayers in the state pay only federal income taxes.
 
Please note that even though you do not need to file a state tax return if you live in South Dakota, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
Texas (TX) Texas is one of seven states that do not charge income tax. Therefore, there is no Refund Status Information available for Texas since taxpayers in the state pay only federal income taxes.
Please note that even though you do not need to file a state tax return if you live in Texas, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
Tennessee (TN) Tennessee residents   only file a tax return if their interest and dividend income exceeded $1,250 ($2,500 for joint filers). Because there’s no withholding, a refund is unlikely so you should prepare to owe something. Please note that even though you may not need to file a state tax return if you live in Tennessee, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
Utah (UT) Open the Where’s My Refund? page to track the status of your refund.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Utah State Tax Commission.
Statement from Utah State Tax Commission: The Tax Commission cannot issue refunds before March 1st if it cannot verify your W-2s with your employers. Due to our efforts to protect your identity, please allow 120 days from the date you filed your return or March 1, whichever is later, to process your return and refund request.
Vermont (VT) Open the Check Your Return or Refund Status page on the Vermont Department of Taxes website.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Vermont Department of Taxes.
Virginia (VA) Open the Virginia   Refund Status page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Contact the Virginia Department of Taxation.
The state will ask you to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return.  Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact the Virginia Department of Taxation.
Washington (WA) Washington is one of seven states that do not charge income tax. Therefore, there is no Refund Status Information available for Washington since taxpayers in the state pay only federal income taxes.
 
Please note that even though you do not need to file a state tax return if you live in Washington, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
West Virginia (WV) Open West Virginia's   My Taxes website, then click on Where's My Refund? in the yellow bar at the top of the page.

Looking for your refund or need to ask a question? Click on Contact Us in the same yellow bar.
Wisconsin (WI) Open the Wisconsin Department of Revenue’s Refund 123 page. You will be asked to enter the exact whole dollar refund amount shown on your tax return. Many different factors can affect the timing of the refund after the return was received for processing, including filing errors, excessive processing volume, and additional security protocols. If you have questions, you can contact the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
Wyoming (WY) Wyoming is one of seven states that do not charge income tax. Therefore, there is no Refund Status Information available for Wyoming since taxpayers in the state pay only federal income taxes. Please note that even though you do not need to file a state tax return if you live in Wyoming, you do have to pay state income taxes if you earned income in any other states during the year.
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