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Checking State Tax Refunds & Filings

May 9, 2013
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See the latest tax info in our 2017 update.

If you're waiting on your state tax refund, the Georgia Department of Revenue can help you track your refund status. By providing your Individual Taxpayer Identification Number or Social Security Number, expected refund amount and the tax filing year, you can instantly get information about your refund.

The Georgia Tax Center also offers helpful information for those with questions about state business taxes. Through its electronic self-service system, you can securely make payments and view balances, protest appeal assessments and view copies of correspondence.

For additional information about getting your refund and filing state taxes, visit the Georgia Department of Revenue.

 

Last updated April 27, 2017.

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Sunita Kapahi writes about education, public safety, social services and transportation for GeorgiaGov. She is an Atlanta native and a graduate of Georgia State University.

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