Where’s my refund – Oklahoma?
To check the status of your Oklahoma state refund online, at https://www.ok.gov/tax/Individuals/Income_Tax/Filing_Information/How_to_Check_on_a_Refund/.
To view status information, click “Check on a refund,” then you will be prompted to enter:
- The last seven digits of your Social Security number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
- The exact dollar amount of the refund for which you are searching.
- Your zip code.
Then, click “Search” at the bottom of the page.
You can also call Oklahoma’s Taxpayer Services number at 1-405-521-3160 and follow the prompts of the interactive voice system.
If the return was:
- e-filed, taxpayers can generally begin checking on their refund about four business days after the return was accepted by the OTC.
- paper filed, taxpayers should wait about three weeks to begin checking on their refund.
Once processed, allow five business days for the deposit to be made to a bank account. For debit card refunds, allow five to seven business days for delivery.
What can cause a delay in my Oklahoma refund?
A number of things could cause a delay to your Oklahoma state refund, including the following reasons:
- You have 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 was incomplete.
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If you need more information about your Oklahoma state refund, visit the following links:
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