Tax season is in full swing and if you have already filed your Indiana taxes, you may be wondering when you can expect your refund.

Tax Time is a Lot of Work but Tracking Your Refund is Simple in Indiana

Preparing and filing your state and federal income taxes is a lot of work, but sometimes waiting for your tax return is the hardest part. For Indiana tax filers, it has never been easier to check the status of your refund - and you don't have to wait on hold for a customer service representative either.

Indiana DOR Has Made It Easy to Check Your Indiana Tax Refund

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) says that the number one question from their customers is "Where's my tax refund?" Fortunately, for you and me, they've shared how easy it can be to find out the status of your Indiana tax refund.

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How To Check Your Indiana Tax Refund Status

The Indiana DOR offers two ways to check the status of your refund without having to speak to a customer service representative. The first is to call their automated refund line at 317-232-2240, and when prompted select option 3. The other way is by visiting the Indiana Taxpayer Information Management Engine (INTIME) online.

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What Information You Need to Check Your Indiana Tax Refund Status

Indiana DOR says you will need either your primary Social Security number or taxpayer ID, or your spouse's, along with the exact amount of your anticipated refund. They say that you do not need to log into INTIME to access that information.

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How Long Does It Take to Get a Tax Refund in Indiana?

If you've filed and are wondering how long to expect the process of receiving your refund to take, you're not alone. Indiana DOR says taxpayers should allow a minimum of three weeks for refunds filed electronically, and twelve weeks for paper-filed returns.

What Is The Deadline for Filing Taxes in 2024?

If you still have not filed your taxes yet in 2024, the deadline is looming. Taxpayers are expected to file, and pay, their state and federal taxes by Monday, April 15, 2024.

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