Why is my Wisconsin refund taking so long?

Why is my Wisconsin refund taking so long?

If filed electronically, most refunds are issued in less than three weeks. Filing a paper return could delay your refund. Our strong fraud and error safeguards could delay some refunds up to 12 weeks.

What causes delay in tax refund?

Early or last-minute tax filing. If you file too early, some of the tax forms you need may not be finalized for handling yet by the IRS. This delays your refund since the IRS won’t process a return until their software is ready to handle all necessary tax forms. But filing at the last minute can be just as problematic.

How do I find out my Wisconsin tax intercept?

​​Contact Us​

  1. Phone: (608) 266-7879.
  2. Fax: (608) 224-5790.
  3. Email: ​ [email protected]

Do state and federal refunds come separately?

Although federal and state tax refunds are issued separately, you can easily file your tax returns at the same time if you file electronically. The IRS Free File Lookup tool can help you find free online tax-filing options for those who qualify.

How do I get my money back after an offset?

If you are making the request for review after the tax refund offset has already happened, you will appeal to the Department of Education. You can contact the Treasury Offset Program at 800-304-3107 for more information.

Why is there a delay in my tax refund?

Identity theft and tax refund fraud are two of the top cybercrimes that target individuals. The identity quiz is an extra tool we’re using to prevent identity theft and protect taxpayers. This extra layer of protection may delay some refunds.

How to get a Dor refund in Wisconsin?

Divorce – Send a copy of your divorce decree if it says that you do not owe DOR tax debt or if the amount owed is allocated between you and your ex-spouse. Enter the “04” code in the Special Conditions box on page 1 of your Wisconsin tax return.

How are refunds allocated for debt owed to state?

Debt owed to state agency: Refunds from joint returns are automatically allocated based on income by DOR staff if the debt is owed to a state agency or the federal government. Only the debtor’s portion of refund will be applied to the debt.

How to file an injured spouse refund in Wisconsin?

Injured Spouse Claim – Attach a copy of your federal Form 8379 (Injured Spouse Claim and Allocation) to your Wisconsin tax return and enter the “05” code in the Special Conditions Box on page 1. Mail a copy of your Form 8379 if you are filing electronically. WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE.

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