Where’s my refund – Mississippi?
To check the status of your Mississippi state refund online, go to https://tap.dor.ms.gov/?link=RefundStatus.
In order to view status information, you will be prompted to enter:
- ID Type (Social Security number or Federal Employer ID)
- Social Security number
- Your anticipated refund amount
Then, click “Search” to see your refund status.
For specific telephone numbers, refer to the Mississippi Department of Revenue Contact Us page.
If you e-filed your tax return, allow ten business days before calling about your refund. All other returns which are filed early are processed before and usually more quickly than returns filed closer to the due date.
Ordinarily, within ten weeks after receiving your completed return, your refund check will be mailed. Allow at least ten weeks for your refund to arrive before contacting department of revenue.
What can cause a delay in my Mississippi refund?
There are a number of things that could cause a delay in your Mississippi refund. Here are a few of them:
- Mailing a paper return
- Not choosing direct deposit
- Having an error on your return
- Returns identified for additional review
- Additional procedures to protect taxpayers from identity theft may cause a delay in refund processing.
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