How Do I Use Government Wheres My Refund?
How Do I Use government Wheres My Refund?
So How Do I Use government Wheres My Refund? The first step is to go to the government website. From there you will need to click on the link Where’s my Refund? This will tell you a little bit about the program and what to do if you need to change your mailing address or what to do if your refund was lost or stolen. Now you click on one more link called Where’s My Refund.
What Information Is Required?
To be able to access your tax refund information you will need to have a few numbers with you. The first thing you need is your social security number. If you do not have that your government Individual Taxpayer Identification Number shown on your tax return may be used. Next you will select the Filing Status shown on your tax return. Next you enter the refund amount for your Federal taxes. This has to be the exact amount shown on your return or you won’t get any information back. Once all of that information is entered in you just hit submit to retrieve your income tax refund status.
Summary of How Do I Use government Wheres My Refund?
This is a report generated by the government and is a summary of what has happened with your refund. It will tell you the amount sent to you and the date that it was sent. If it has not been sent yet, either by check or direct deposit, you will be given the date that it’s expected to be sent or posted to your account. If you don’t get your refund on time you can check back to get an update on the same website.
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