WHERE’S MY REFUND?

We’ll help you track
your tax refund

After the IRS accepts your return, it typically takes about 21 days to get your refund.




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Let's track your tax refund

Once you receive confirmation that your federal return has been
received, you'll be able to start tracking your refund
at the IRS
Where's My
Refund?
site.
*All times are estimated by IRS

I mailed my paper return
  • STEP 1

    If you
    e-filed
    with TurboTax

    Sign in to check your federal e-file
    status and make a note of your
    exact refund amount.








  • STEP 2

    Track your federal
    tax refund

    You must successfully submit your tax
    return to be able to track it.

    If your return was accepted more than
    21 days ago, but you still haven't
    received your refund, contact
    the IRS.




  • STEP 3

    Track my
    state refund

    We'll help you find your
    state's instructions.








Common reasons that delay
tax refunds

Incomplete information | EIC or dependent care claims | Incorrect direct deposit info

Checking with the IRS and/or state can tell you why your refund is delayed.

See more top reasons your tax refund could
be delayed.
Incomplete information

EIC or dependent care claims

Incorrect direct deposit info


Checking with the IRS and/or state can tell you
why your refund is delayed.


See more top reasons your tax refund could
be delayed.

Tracking your tax
refund articles

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you find your
tax refund.

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