Where is my tax refund? – Are you asking yourself this question?
A tax refund is a refund of tax which has been overpaid. “Where’s My Refund” tells you to contact the IRS in the US, or HMRC in the UK for the 2017 tax refund.
Once you mail it off, or complete an online tax return filing, you’ll probably be wondering, “When will I get my tax refund?”, “where the freak is my tax refund 2016?!”, “how do I check my tax refund status?” or “Where is my tax refund?”
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How does it work?:
If you have not filed your personal tax return yourself, then you need to be aware that you will not automatically receive your tax refund.
The first thing that you need to do is complete a complete your tax return showing the income tax that you overpaid in the last year.
After this is filed to the government, they will review your unique case. If your tax refund is approved by the authorities, they will then pay your tax refund directly to you via bank transfer, or cheque.
How long does it take?:
This usually take 2 – 3 weeks if you do it yourself. If you leave it until the deadline, the waiting time goes up to 3 – 8 weeks, because HMRC will have a huge backlog to work though.
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How much will I get back?:
Our clients typically claim tax back and receive £500 – £3,000 each year when due a tax refund. If you feel our services can help you too make an enquiry today.Buy Now
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