Where’s my refund – Oregon?

 

To check the status of your Oregon state refund online, go to https://revenueonline.dor.oregon.gov/tap?Link=WMR

You should wait at least four weeks to check your refund status to ensure your return has been processed.

In order to view status information, you will be prompted to enter:

Oregon refund

  • Social Security number or ITIN (of the first person listed on return) or FEIN
  • Type of return: Form 40, Form 40S, Form 40N, or Form 40P
  • Refund amount
  • Click “Next” to view your refund status.

You can also check refund status through Oregon’s automated phone system at 1-503-378-4988 or toll-free at 1-800-356-4222. This same information is required by the automated phone system.

(This information is updated once per day.)

The Oregon Department of Revenue states it will start issuing personal income tax refunds on February 15, 2021. Return processing times vary depending on many factors, including complexity of the return and our verification processes.

How the state tax return was filed also impacts the timing of obtaining your Oregon refund. E-filed returns process faster. Paper returns can also take longer as the due date approaches, when the largest number of returns are received.​

What can cause a delay in my Oregon refund?

A number of things could cause a delay to your Oregon state refund, including the following:

  • 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 Oregon refund and tax information?

If you need additional resources on your Oregon state refund, visit the following websites:

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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