Where’s my refund – Kansas?
To check the status of your Kansas state refund online, go to https://www.kdor.ks.gov/Apps/kcsc/increfundstatus.aspx.
In order to view status information, you will be prompted to enter:
- Social Security number
- Refund amount
- Type of return (Income tax or homestead)
Click on “Submit” to view your refund status.
You may also call 1-785-368-8222, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Generally, if the return was completed correctly. taxpayers expecting refunds that filed electronically can expect a deposit within 10 to 14 business days. Taxpayers expecting a refund that filed using a paper form should allow at least 16 to 20 weeks to receive a refund back by mail.
What can cause a delay in my Kansas refund?
A number of things can cause a delay in your Kansas refund. They include:
- If the department needs to verify information reported on your return or request additional information, the process will take longer.
- Math errors in your return or other adjustments.
- You used more than one form type to complete your return.
- Your return was missing information or incomplete.
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