Where’s my refund – South Carolina?
To check the status of your South Carolina state refund online, go to https://mydorway.dor.sc.gov/?link=refund.
You will be prompted to enter your Social Security number or ITIN and your exact refund amount, then click “Search.”
If your refund status hasn’t changed in more than 6 weeks or your refund status tells you to contact the SCDOR, then you should call 1-844-898-8542, Option 2.
If you e-filed your South Carolina state return and received a confirmation from your tax preparation software, the SCDOR has received your return. You can expect your refund to move through the review process within six to eight weeks from the date you filed.
Status changes are posted nightly on the SCDOR website. Please note, if you filed your state tax return by paper, it may take more time for your refund status to update.
What can cause a delay in my South Carolina refund?
A number of things could cause a delay in obtaining your South Carolina refund, including the following:
- Filing by paper
- Errors on your return
- Claims that require extra review
- Missing documents
- First-time filing in South Carolina
- If you recently moved (within the state)
- If SCDOR needs you to provide additional verification
- Amended returns and back-year filings
Need more South Carolina state refund and tax information?
For additional resources on your South Carolina refund, visit the following websites:
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