To use the Where's My Refund tool, go to the IRS website, and click on the Refunds tab. If you filed your e-tax return more than 24 hours prior to visiting the page, or mailed your paper tax return more than four weeks prior, click on Where's My Refund in part three. Enter your Social Security number or tax identification number, filing status and the exact amount of your refund, then hit the Submit button.Know More
Gather your Social Security number, tax filing status and the exact amount of your expected refund. This information is needed in step three.
Go to the IRS website, and click on the Refunds tab. Click on the third section to access the Where's My Refund tool.
Enter your Social Security number in the first set of boxes. Select your filing status for the refund you are checking. Enter the amount of money you are expecting in your refund.
Click on the Submit tab. Once the system has processed your information, it gives you an update on your tax refund. Note that the site is updated once every 24 hours.
IRS forms can be obtained online at the IRS website, by telephone, at tax payer assistance centers and through various community resources, says the IRS. The IRS does not mail personal income tax forms.Full Answer >
The rules for deducting medical and dental expenses are covered in the Internal Revenue Service’s Topic 502 that is available online via the IRS website or in print by request. Only taxpayers that itemize deductions on Form 1040 Schedule A may be able to deduct these expenses.Full Answer >
The IRS mails paper checks to taxpayers who elect to have their tax refunds mailed to them, as stated by the IRS website. Tax payers are also able to receive their refunds via direct deposit. Both paper check and direct deposit refunds are usually issued within 21 days from the date the IRS receives the tax return.Full Answer >
The government offers a link to print the form out from any computer for free, but fees may be incurred if printing the form at a location such as a public library where they charge for printouts, as stated on the IRS website. The form comes in multiple types depending on exactly what kind of copy or information a taxpayer may need off of the return he filed previously.Full Answer >