Thinking, "Where's My Refund?"
Check Your Tax Refund Status for E‑File & Federal

Knowing your e-filing status gives you confidence and the ability to plan. Whether you filed online or in person, H&R Block can answer your "where's my tax refund" question and track your income tax refund status as it changes.

Check E-File Status

To get started, please enter your information below and click the "Check" button to see your status. It's that simple.

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Press Enter to check your e-file status.

Important: For some clients who selected a State Refund Anticipation Check as well as a Federal Refund Anticipation check, the State Refund Anticipation check may come first. In that instance this website will display a message stating your Refund Anticipation check is ready.

When a State Refund Anticipation check comes first, in addition to the Refund Account Fee, certain other fees are withheld.

Income Tax Refund Status

Wondering about your tax refund status?

The status of your tax refund is still viewable—right here! Find out when you can expect your tax refund from the IRS by clicking below

You’ll be directed to the IRS Where's My Refund? secure site and asked for the following information:

  • Social Security Number
  • Filing Status
  • Exact refund amount shown on your return

Please note

Depending on how you chose to receive your tax refund, you may need to allow an additional two to five business days from the date indicated by the IRS for your bank to process your refund.

Use the IRS Where's My Refund? Tool

Where Is My State Refund?

It's not always easy to predict when your state refund will be coming in. With the increase of identity theft and tax refund fraud, many states have added additional security features to make sure your tax refund is delivered to the right person – you! In some instances, these additional measures might increase refund processing time.

Find out if your state is on time or if it has any delays:

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"Why Is My Refund Delayed?"

While the IRS states they issue nine out of 10 refunds within three weeks, in some cases they may require additional review or take more time to issue a refund. If the wait seems longer this year, you may want to review reasons for a delayed tax refund or why it could be held or reduced. Learn about the reasons for a delayed tax refund status, including if you’re impacted by the PATH Act, and how to handle them.

Maximize Your Refund

What can you do to impact the bottom line of your tax refund and how will you use it once you receive it? Consider these options:

  • Plan ahead to take advantage of deductions that may be available to you so you can maximize your tax refund.
  • Explore ways you can invest your tax refund by using it for home improvements or toward your financial goals.