Taxpayers may check the status of their Louisiana individual income tax return refunds using the Department’s automated system. Have your social security number and refund amount ready, then dial 1-888-829-3071 toll-free and follow the instructions. This service is available 24 hours a day.
Why is my Louisiana state tax refund taking so long?
The department has responded to increasing occurrences of tax fraud by implementing enhanced security measures to protect Louisiana taxpayers. This means it will take additional time to process refunds. The expected refund processing time for returns filed electronically is up to 45 days.
How do I find out where my state refund check is?
It’s possible to check you tax refund status by visiting the revenue department’s Refund Information page. On that page you can learn more about the state’s tax refunds and you can check the status of your refund. Make sure to have your SSN, filing status and the exact amount of your refund handy to check your refund.
How do I contact Louisiana Department of Revenue?
What would you like to do?
- Check the status of your refund: WHERE’S MY REFUND?
- Send email inquiry concerning: Refund Status. Billing Notice Received.
- Submit an Address Change: Address Change Request.
- Contact the department at 1-855-307-3893.
- Provide feedback concerning your interaction with the department’s Call Center.
Where is my state and local tax refund?
Here are some other places you might find the amount of last year’s state/local refund: Last year’s state tax return. Your bank statement showing your entire state/locality refund. Your state tax agency (for state refunds) or municipality (for local refunds)
Do I owe Louisiana state taxes?
To verify your tax liability for individual income tax, call LDR at (225) 219-0102. To verify your tax liability for business taxes, you can review your liabilities online using the Louisiana Taxpayer Access Point (LaTAP) system.
How much state tax do I owe Louisiana?
Louisiana’s state sales tax rate is 4.45%.
Why is my state refund taking so long?
If your state refund is taking longer to arrive than your federal refund, remember that each state has its own processing protocols and security measures, some of which may require more time than the federal process.
Why is my refund taking so long?
Some tax returns take longer to process than others for many reasons, including when a return: Includes errors, such as incorrect Recovery Rebate Credit. Is incomplete. Needs further review in general.
How can I speak to someone from the IRS?
How to speak directly to an IRS agent
- Call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 during their support hours.
- Select your language, pressing 1 for English or 2 for Spanish.
- Press 2 for questions about your personal income taxes.
- Press 1 for questions about a form already filed or a payment.
- Press 3 for all other questions.
What number do I call to check on my state refund?
Call us at 800-829-1954 (toll-free) and either use the automated system or speak with an agent.
What is the phone number for IRS gov?
Copies of forms, publications and other helpful information are also available around-the-clock at the IRS Web site at www.irs.gov. You can call 1-800-829-1040 to get answers to your federal tax questions 24 hours a day.
How do I make an appointment with the IRS in Baton Rouge?
Taxpayers requiring assistance should call 1-844-545-5640 to schedule an appointment at the Baton Rouge office.
What are refunds received for state local tax returns?
If you received a refund of state or local income taxes from last year’s tax return, you may receive a Form 1099-G reporting this refund as income. If you itemized deductions on your federal return in the same year that you received the state or local refund, the refund may be considered taxable income.
How do I report my state refund to 1040?
State refunds are reported on line 1 of Schedule 1 of the 2020 Form 1040 after you calculate the taxable amount, then the total from line 9 of Schedule 1 is transferred to line 8 of the 2020 Form 1040.
How do I get my local tax back?
To claim your state or local tax deduction on your 1040.com return, add the Itemized Deductions – Taxes Paid screen. Enter the state and local income taxes you paid during the tax year that are not reported on a W-2. Alternatively, you can claim a deduction for the state and local sales taxes you paid.