Texas Tax Refund

 

After filing your federal tax return, you are probably wondering if you are getting Texas tax refund.

Well, because Texas doesn’t levy individual income tax, you will not get a Texas state tax refund. Read on for more information on checking for your state tax refund in other states.

How to Check Your Tax Refund in Other States

state tax refundEvery state in the U.S. has its own timetable for issuing state income tax returns. Some states might take only a few days to process it or the state may take a few months. But paper state income tax returns typically take longer to process than e-filed state returns.

How to Check Your Federal Tax Refund Status

You can check the status of your federal return using H&R Block’s “Where’s My Refund?” tool. Knowing your e-filing status gives you confidence and the ability to plan ahead for personal expenses. Whether you filed online or in person, H&R Block can answer your questions and track your income tax refund status as it changes.

While You Don’t Get a Texas State Tax Refund, You May Want to Learn More About Texas Taxes

While individuals don’t pay income taxes in Texas – and thus you won’t get a Texas state tax refund, the state does have other mandated Texas tax laws. Learn more about taxes in Texas.

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