Another thing to keep in mind is that your state tax return is different from your federal return. To track your state refund, you will need to go through your state’s revenue department instead of the IRS.
However, keep in mind that if you reside in any of the nine income tax-free states, which include Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming, you won’t be eligible for a state tax refund since these states do not impose income taxes on their residents.
Most states offer online tracking tools for state tax refunds, but you may need to visit your state’s revenue department website or contact them directly for specific instructions and information about how to track your tax return depending on the state you live in.
Make sure you have your Social Security Number (or ITIN), tax filing status, and exact refund amount on hand to track your state refund accurately.
In the case of delays or issues with your tax refund, reach out to your state’s revenue department for further assistance.