How Can I Find IRS and State Tax Phone Numbers?

 

Once you’ve filed your taxes, you probably want to know what’s next with your filing. How can you receive updates on your return? To get updates on your federal and state taxes, you can call these IRS and state tax numbers. Review the information below to find the appropriate contact information for your state.

For your federal return, you can call the IRS at 800-829-1954 or you can visit the IRS website.

For your state return, you’ll need to contact your state tax authority using the appropriate telephone number below. Once your return has been accepted, you’ll be able to receive update.

  • Alabama 1-855-894-7391
  • Alaska 800-733-8813
  • Arizona 800-352-4090
  • Arkansas 800-882-9275
  • California 800-852-5711
  • Colorado 303-238-FAST (3278)
  • Connecticut 800-382-9463
  • Delaware 800-292-7826
  • District of Columbia 202-727-4TAX (829)
  • Florida 800-352-3671
  • Georgia 877-423-6711
  • Hawaii 800-222-3229
  • Illinois 1 800 877-8078
  • Idaho (888) 228-5770
  • Indiana 317-232-2240
  • Iowa 800-367-3388
  • Kansas 785-368-8222
  • Kentucky 502-564-4581
  • Louisiana 1-855-307-3893
  • Maine 207-626-8475
  • Maryland 800-218-8160
  • Massachusetts 800-392-6089
  • Michigan 517-636-4486*
  • Minnesota 651-296-4444
  • Mississippi 621-923-7089
  • Missouri 573-751-3505
  • Montana 406-444-6900
  • Nebraska 800-742-7474
  • New Hampshire 1-603-230-5000
  • New Jersey 800-323-4400
  • New Mexico (866) 285-2996
  • New York 518-457-5149
  • North Carolina 1-877-252-4052
  • North Dakota 701.328.1248
  • Oregon 800-356-4222
  • Ohio 1-800-282-1780
  • Oklahoma (405) 521-3160
  • Pennsylvania 888-728-2937
  • Rhode Island 401-574-8970
  • South Carolina 1-844-898-8542
  • Utah 800-662-4335
  • Vermont 802-828-6802
  • Virginia 804.367.8031
  • West Virginia (800) 982-8297
  • Wisconsin (866) 947-7363

Use H&R Block Tax Status Resources Online Instead of IRS or State Tax Phone Numbers

H&R Block provides online resources for you to help track your e-filed return status, your federal income tax refund status as well as your state refund status. These tools are all conveniently located on H&R Block’s tax refund status page. There you’ll also find helpful information about why your refund could be delayed and ways to maximize future refunds.

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