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Track Your Refund

When will you receive your refund? The answer depends on how you filed your return. If you file a paper return, the IRS refund can take 6 to 8 weeks. If your return is e-filed, your refund should be issued in approximately two weeks for direct deposit. If you efile and request a check, the refund can take an additional week

State refund times can vary. 

You can check on the status of your refund by clicking on the links below. We recommend that you wait 1 week after your return is filed before checking. The IRS and the states update refund status on their websites only once a week.

When the IRS or a state agency says your direct deposit refund has been issued, check with your bank to verify that it is in your account.

To check your refund, have a copy of the return in front of you as you will need certain information from it to get your refund status. 

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