Where’s my refund – Minnesota?

 

To check the status of your Minnesota state refund online, go to https://www.mndor.state.mn.us/tp/refund/home.

To see your state refund status information, you should enter:

Minnesota refund

  • Social Security number or ITIN
  • Date of birth
  • Return type
  • Refund amount from tax return (Enter full amount of refund. Include any portion applied to the next year’s estimated tax. Round to the nearest dollar.)

Then, click “Next”.

Information is updated overnight, Monday through Friday. The information in “Where’s my Refund?” is the same information available to our phone representatives when you call.

You may also call 651-296-4444 or 800-657-3676,  8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Mon.- Fri.

What can cause a delay in my Minnesota refund?

A number of things could cause a delay in your Minnesota refund, including the following:

  • Mailing a paper return
  • Not choosing direct deposit
  • Errors on your return
  • Returns identified for additional review

Need more Minnesota refund and tax information?

For more information on your Minnesota refund, visit the following website:

Need more tax guidance?

Whether you make an appointment with one of our knowledgeable tax pros or choose one of our online tax filing products, you can count on H&R Block to help you get the support you need when it comes to filing taxes.

Need to check the status of your federal refund? Visit our Where’s My Refund page to find out how soon you’ll receive your federal refund.

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