How to check the status of your 2013 state tax refund
After filing your state tax return, you can track the status of your 2013 state tax refund by visiting your state agency’s tax refund status page. Click your state in the list below to go to that page:
Why isn’t my state listed?
There are seven states that are income tax-exempt. Therefore, you will not need to file a state tax return if you live or work in any of these states.
- South Dakota
Then there are two states that only tax income from dividends and interest which you also don’t need to file a state tax return for.
- New Hampshire
What if I have tax due?
Depending on your tax situation, you may have an amount due instead of a refund. Aside from accumulated interest, there are two kinds of penalties that you may be faced with:
- Failure-to-file fee
- Failure-to-pay fee
These penalty fees vary in each state. You will always have access to these amounts on your state’s government website. In most cases, there won’t be a calculator application to use but the information provided will instruct you on how to calculate the amounts yourself. Below are a few states as an example.