Wondering when you’ll get your Kansas State Tax Refund? Check out our blog post to find out the answer to this common question.
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The State of Kansas is committed to delivering your tax refund as quickly and efficiently as possible. Most refunds are issued within four to six weeks from the date your return is received. However, if you file a paper return, it may take up to eight weeks for us to process your refund. You can check the status of your refund online through the Kansas Customer Service Center or by calling (785) 368-8222.
What to expect
If you filed your Kansas tax return electronically and included bank account information, your refund will generally be processed and deposited into your account within two weeks. If you mailed in your return, it will take longer—expect to wait up to six weeks for processing. You can check the status of your refund using the Online Refund Status tool on the Kansas Department of Revenue website.
If you owe back taxes or money for child support, your refund may be applied to that balance. You will be notified by the Kansas Department of Revenue if this is the case.
How to check the status of your refund
To check the status of your refund, you will need to provide your Social Security number, filing status and the exact amount of your refund. You can check the status of your refund online, by phone or by mail.
You can check the status of your refund online at the Kansas Department of Revenue website.
You can check the status of your refund by calling the Kansas Department of Revenue Refund Hotline at 1-800-894-0318.
You can check the status of your refund by mailing a completed Refund Inquiry Form to:
Kansas Department of Revenue
refinement services branch
915 SW Harrison St. Topeka, KS 66612
When to expect your refund
The average refund check is $1100. It generally takes 2-3 weeks to receive your refund after the Kansas Department of Revenue (DOR) has received your tax return. The DOR processes returns in the order in which they are received.
You can check the status of your refund online at the Kansas DOR website. You will need to provide your social security number, filing status, and the amount of the refund you are expecting.
Why you may not receive your refund
If you owe taxes to the state of Kansas, your refund will be applied to the outstanding balance. If you have any questions regarding your tax refund, please contact the Kansas Department of Revenue.
How to avoid delays in your refund
The average tax refund in Kansas is $2,640, but if you want to get your refund as quickly as possible, there are a few things you can do.
First, make sure you file your return electronically and choose direct deposit for your refund. Filing electronically is the quickest way to get your refund, and choosing direct deposit means you won’t have to wait for a check in the mail.
If you owe money to the state or federal government, your refund may be delayed until that debt is paid. You can still choose direct deposit for your refund, but it will be sent to the government first to pay off your debt.
If you are due a refund from both the state and federal government, you may receive separate checks or one check for the total amount. It depends on how you filed your taxes and where you live. If you choose direct deposit, you can specify how you want your refund divided between accounts.
The Kansas Department of Revenue recommends that taxpayers file their returns as early in the year as possible to avoid delays in getting their refunds. The sooner we receive your return, the sooner we can processing it and get your money back to you.
What to do if you don’t receive your refund
If you filed your Kansas tax return and expected to receive a refund, but it has been more than four weeks since you filed, there are a few things you can do to check on the status of your refund:
-First, check the Kansas Department of Revenue’s Where’s MyKansasRefund? page. You’ll need to enter your Social Security number, filing status, and the exact amount of your refund.
-If Where’s My KansasRefund? says your refund has been processed, but you haven’t received it within 10 days, contact the Kansas Department of Revenue at 785-368-8222.
-If you filed a paper return, allow four to six weeks for processing before checking the status of your refund or contacting the department.
The Kansas Department of Revenue is committed to providing prompt and efficient service to all taxpayers. We understand that many taxpayers depend on their refund to meet financial obligations, and we appreciate your patience as we strive to provide the best possible service.
To help you track the status of your refund, we have provided a refund status tracker on our website. This site is updated daily and will provide you with information on the processing of your return and the expected date of your refund.
We also encourage you to sign up for our e-filing program, which allows you to file your return electronically and receive your refund in as little as 10 days. For more information on e-filing, visit our website or call us at 1-877-KDOR-REF (1-877-536-7337).
-How long does it take to process my state tax refund?
The Kansas Department of Revenue processes refunds within two to four weeks from the date we receive your return.
-When will I receive my state tax refund?
You will receive your refund by direct deposit or paper check, depending on how you filed your return.
-What if I didn’t file a state tax return?
If you didn’t file a state tax return, you won’t receive a refund.
Based on the information you provided, we estimate that your Kansas state tax refund will be sent to you within 4-6 weeks.