After your return has been accepted by the IRS, you can track the status of your refund using the IRS "Where's My Refund" tool. The following video explains how this tool works:
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Some IRS forms were not available until March 4th. If you were waiting for one of these forms, the IRS is now processing all remaining delayed tax returns.
Don't worry if your expected refund date keeps changing; this is normal. Last year, 9 out of 10 taxpayers received their refund in less than 21 days. The same is expected this year.
If you filed your taxes online you can always check your refund status by signing into My TurboTax online or using the MyTaxRefund app for Android and iPhone.
How to Track your State Refund
Select your state to access your state tax agency's refund lookup service. (States not listed don't collect income tax. More info)
Each state sets its own schedule for processing tax returns, but sometimes situations change how they process returns. While TurboTax works hard to have the latest information, state agencies are the source for refund information.
If you are unable to get your answer from the state refund contact above, click here to contact your state taxing agency.