Where is my New York state tax refund?
Visit the Tax Department homepage at www.tax.ny.gov and select subscribe at the bottom of the page. Don’t have a computer or smart phone? Call the Tax Department’s automated refund-status line anytime at 518-457-5149.
How Long Does NY State tax refund take?
E-filed returns could take one week to post to our system; mailed returns can take up to three weeks to post to our system. If you e-filed, check your email, tax software or tax preparer to ensure it has been accepted.
How do I track my state return?
It’s possible to check you tax refund status by visiting the revenue department’s Refund Information page. On that page you can learn more about the state’s tax refunds and you can check the status of your refund. Make sure to have your SSN, filing status and the exact amount of your refund handy to check your refund.
When should I expect my state refund?
Generally, you can expect to receive your state tax refund within 30 days if you filed your tax return electronically. If you filed a paper tax return, it may take as many as 12 weeks for your refund to arrive – or longer, if your state has been or still is under social distancing restrictions.
Where is my NY State Refund number?
If you do not have internet access, call IRS’s Refund Hotline at 1-800-829-1954.
Why is my NY State tax refund delayed?
The Department has been sending letters to taxpayers, shortly after their returns are submitted, indicating there are issues with their return, and their refunds could be delayed as much as 5 more months. “After reviewing your return, we’re unable to verify the amounts you claimed as itemized deductions on your return.
Are NYS income tax refunds delayed?
News10NBC reached out the state Department of Taxation and Finance. They say refunds are not being delayed unless additional information is required. More than $2.3 billion in refunds have been paid out to date. If you have specific questions there’s a number to call.
Why is my refund still processing?
As the return is processed, whether it was filed electronically or on paper, it may be delayed because it has a mistake including errors concerning the Recovery Rebate Credit, is missing information, or there is suspected identity theft or fraud.
Why is my state refund taking so long?
If your state refund is taking longer to arrive than your federal refund, remember that each state has its own processing protocols and security measures, some of which may require more time than the federal process.
Does state tax refund come after federal?
Do state and federal refunds come together? No. You will receive your federal and state refunds at separate times.
Where is my reimbursement?
For refund information on federal tax returns other than Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, call, toll free, at 800-829-4933. From outside the U.S., call 267-941-1000. TTY/TDD: 800-829-4059.
What comes first state or federal refund?
Federal has always come first and the state return usually a week or two after. Did something go wrong? It is typically 21 days from when the return was accepted. However, if the return contained refundable additional child tax credits or the earned income tax credit, this 21-day date may not be accurate.
Where’s my refund a refund date will be provided when available?
A refund date will be provided when available.” Exactly mean? After the tax return has been Accepted by the IRS (meaning only that they received the return) it will be in the Processing mode until the tax refund has been Approved and then an Issue Date will be available on the IRS website.
Are IRS refunds delayed 2020?
Be aware that the IRS is still facing a backlog of unprocessed individual returns, 2020 returns with errors and amended returns that require corrections or special handling. And while refunds typically take around 21 days to process, the IRS says delays could be up to 120 days.
Why did I get my state refund before my federal?
It doesn’t mean that anything is wrong, each state processes their state tax returns separately from the IRS, and the fact that you received your state refund first, just means that your state was able to process your state return and process your refund a bit more quickly than the IRS has processed your federal return …