How do I know if the state has received my tax return?
To see if your state tax return was received, you can check with your state’s revenue or taxation website. There, you can find out if your refund is being processed. Or, you can get further contact information to confirm that your return was received.
How long does it take for the state to send your refund?
Generally, you can expect to receive your state tax refund within 30 days if you filed your tax return electronically. If you filed a paper tax return, it may take as many as 12 weeks for your refund to arrive.
How long does it take for the state and federal tax refund?
If you file a complete and accurate paper tax return, your refund should be issued in about six to eight weeks from the date IRS receives your return. If you file your return electronically, your refund should be issued in less than three weeks, even faster when you choose direct deposit.
What does it mean when the state is processing your refund?
When your tax refund is processing it means that the IRS is preparing your refund for deposit. It can take some time and the best way to monitor the progress of your refund is to track it via the IRS site. The IRS issues most refunds within 21 days of your return being accepted.
Why was my federal return accepted but not my state?
Federal may move right along and state still show in pending status since IRS doesn’t handle the state return. If your state return gets rejected, that doesn’t mean the federal will. They are processed individually by different entities. One doesn’t affect processing of the other.
Do you get federal or state taxes back first?
Federal has always come first and the state return usually a week or two after. Did something go wrong? It is typically 21 days from when the return was accepted. However, if the return contained refundable additional child tax credits or the earned income tax credit, this 21-day date may not be accurate.
Does state take longer than federal to be accepted?
does state take longer than federal? Federal and state refunds come from completely separate entities, There is no rule as to which one will come first or how much time there will be between their arrivals.