While most IRS refunds arrive in three weeks, others may take a bit longer. This article will discuss how long the IRS can hold your refund for review.
How To Check The Status Of Your Refund?
You can always use the IRS’ where my refund is? Tool to check the status of your own refund within 24 hours of the e-filing. However, if you have filed a paper return, you may not be able to check on the status until four weeks after filing or much later.
Input your own social security number, you’re filling the status, and extract the dollar amount of the refund from your tax return. The tool will always let you know if your return has been received, if the refund has been approved or if the refund has been sent. The IRS updates the information daily.
How To Use The Where’s My Refund Tool On the IRS Site
To check the status of your 2022 income tax refund while using the IRS tracker tools, you will need to provide some of your personal information: Your social security number or the individual taxpayer identification Number: your filing status, and your refund amount, which is in the whole dollar, which can be found on your tax return. Make sure that it has been at least 24 hours before you will start tracking your refund.
Using the IRS tool where’s my refund, go to some of the get that refund status page, enter your personal data, and press the Submit. If you just entered your information correctly, you will be directly taken to the page that will show your refund status.
If it’s not, you may be asked to verify your personal tax data and try again. If all of the information does look correct, you will be able to enter the date that you filed your taxes, along with whether you just filled it electronically or on the paper.
My refund has the information on most of the recent tax refunds that the IRS has on file within the past two years. If you are out there looking for the return information from so many previous years, you will need to go check your IRS online account for much more information.