- Use our Where's My Refund? system.
- Call our automated phone system (available 24/7) at 651-296-4444 or 1-800-657-3676.
When can I expect my MN property tax refund?
When to Expect Your Refund If the department receives your properly completed return and all enclosures are correct and complete, you can expect your refund: by mid-August if you are a renter or mobile home owner and you file by June 15, or within 60 days after you file, whichever is later.
How long does it take to process MN property tax refund?
within 60 daysApplication & Refund Process Refunds will be mailed in late September or early October if received by the August 15 deadline. Otherwise, you can expect your refund within 60 days of when filed. You may receive your refund earlier if you file electronically.
Where is my MN homestead credit refund?
Claimants can check the status of their refund by calling DOR at 651-296-4444 or online at www.revenue.state.mn.us.
Can I look up my tax refund?
Use the Where's My Refund tool or the IRS2Go mobile app to check your refund online. This is the fastest and easiest way to track your refund. The systems are updated once every 24 hours. You can call the IRS to check on the status of your refund.
How can I get copies of my tax returns online?
An IRS Tax Return Transcript can be obtained: ONLINE: Visit www.irs.gov. Click on Get Your Tax Record, and then click on Get Transcript Online or Get Transcript by Mail.Oct 15, 2021
When should I expect my tax refund?
Most taxpayers receive their refunds within 21 days of filing. If you choose to have your refund deposited directly into your account, you may have to wait five days before you can gain access to it. If you decide to request a refund check, you might have to wait a few weeks for it to arrive.Mar 22, 2022
Where is the stimulus check?
To find the amounts of your Economic Impact Payments, check: Your Online Account: Securely access your individual IRS account online to view the total of your first, second and third Economic Impact Payment amounts under the “Economic Impact Payment Information” section on the Tax Records page.Feb 14, 2022
How long do you have to reissue a property tax refund?
If you can show reasonable cause, you may ask us to reissue your property tax refund check for up to five years after the original check date.
How long are property tax refunds valid?
Income tax refund checks are valid for two years. If you have an expired income tax refund check, mail it along with a written request to reissue it to: Property tax refund checks are also valid for two years. If you have an expired property tax refund check, we cannot reissue it.
How long does it take to get your spouse's tax refund?
You must contact us or the other agency (if listed) within 18 months to get your refund divided.
What happens if you close your Minnesota state tax account?
For more information, see Direct Deposit. Note: If you close your account, we cannot change your banking information on your return. If your direct deposit fails because you closed your account, the Minnesota Department of Revenue will send you a paper check.
How to find out if property tax is due in Minnesota?
Once you have completed entering your information, to determine the amount of your Property Tax Refund on your return, click on MN Refund (or Amount Due) in the upper right corner of the screen. In the tax summary box, select Minnesota Return.
How to check on M1PR?
Checking the Status of the M1PR. If you prefer, you can call the automated refund tracking line at 651-296-4444 (Metro) or 1-800-657-3676 (Greater Minnesota). See the Minnesota Property Tax Refund Instructions for additional information .
When will M1PR be mailed?
Your 2018 Form M1PR should be mailed, delivered, or electronically filed with the department by August 15, 2019. You will not receive a refund if your return is filed or the postmark date is after August 15, 2019.
When do you file your tax return for a mobile home?
by mid-August if you are a renter or mobile home owner and you file by June 15, or within 60 days after you file, whichever is later. by the end of September if you are a homeowner and you file by August 1, or within 60 days after you file, whichever is later. If your return is incomplete or necessary information is not enclosed, ...
What to do if landlord doesn't correct CRP?
Ask your landlord to correct or provide your CRP. If your landlord does not correct or provide it by March 1, you may request a Rent Paid Affidavit (RPA) from us. If you cannot get a CRP from your landlord, you can request a Rent Paid Affidavit (RPA) to apply for the Renter's Property Tax Refund.
How to claim a refund on property taxes?
You can claim your refund through a software provider or by paper. For more information, see Filing for a Property Tax Refund. You will need a completed Certificate of Rent Paid (CRP) from your landlord. You must include the CRP with your return.
How to request a RPA in Minnesota?
Request your RPA by: Phone: 651-296-3781 or 1-800-652-9094 (toll-free) Email: email@example.com. If you request an RPA by email, only include the last four digits of Social Security Numbers. Follow the instructions on the RPA when applying for your Renter's Property Tax Refund.
What is a renter's tax refund?
Renter’s Property Tax Refund. A portion of your rent is used to pay property taxes. You may qualify for a Renter's Property Tax Refund depending on your income and rent paid. Lived in a building where the owner was assessed property tax or made payments in lieu of property tax.
How to request a RPA?
If you request an RPA by email, only include the last four digits of Social Security Numbers. Follow the instructions on the RPA when applying for your Renter's Property Tax Refund.
When do you need to include a CRP?
The CRP shows how much rent you paid during the previous year. You must include a CRP when applying for your Renter's Property Tax Refund. Your landlord must give you a completed CRP by Jan. 31.
When are rent paid affidavits issued?
Note: Rent Paid Affidavits are issued after March 1 each year . Note: If you are married, provide spouse's name, date of birth, and Social Security Number. If you request an RPA by email, only include the last four digits of Social Security Numbers.
New Tax Law Changes
We've started the process of adjusting 2020 Minnesota tax returns affected by July 1 law changes to the treatment of unemployment compensation and forgiven PPP loans. For details, go to Tax Law Changes.
Check Your Tax Refund Online
Get the latest information on where your property tax or income tax refund is in the process, or when we sent it to you. For details, go to Where's My Refund?
Military Tax Benefits
Minnesota tax benefits are available for active-duty military members, reservists, veterans, and their spouses. For more information, go to Military Service Members.