Where’s my refund – Montana?
To check the status of your Montana refund online, go to https://tap.dor.mt.gov/ and then under the sub-heading “Individuals” click on “Where’s My Refund.”
In order to view status information, you will be prompted to enter:
- Social Security number
- Refund amount
- Check the box that reads “I declare under penalty of false swearing that I am the individual taxpayer requesting the status of my refund from ‘Where’s my refund?’ “
Then, a “Search” button will appear. Click on it to see your refund status.
If you don’t have access to a computer or Wi-fi, call the following number to obtain help with your Montana refund status 406-444-6900.
Your refund status may be available after:
- One week for e-filers
- Six weeks for paper filers
This information is updated each weeknight.
Please note: Paper checks will be mailed to first-time Montana filers and filers who haven’t filed in Montana in over three years, even if a direct deposit was requested.
Due to the growing problem of tax fraud and identity theft, Montana has instituted safeguards that can result in refunds being delayed up to 90 days.
What can cause a delay in my Montana refund?
If the department needs to verify information reported on your return or request additional information, the process will take longer. Other things that could impact the timing of your Montana refund includes:
- 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.
Need more Montana refund and tax information?
To get more information about your Montana refund, visit the Montana Department of Revenue Individual Income Tax Refund website.
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