IRS Tools & Apps
Request IRS Account Transcripts...
If you want to know whether the IRS has received or processed your federal return, you can request a transcript of your account by filling an online form. You will need to provide your name, social security number, date of birth, etc. You can also request income transcripts, if you would like to know what income has been reported to the IRS under your name.
How to Pay your Federal Tax
If you owe federal tax we will provide you information on how to settle the tax in our filing instructions which accompany your copy of your tax return. However, we provide information here as well, for the convenience of clients. For taxpayers who have a bank account in the U.S., you may pay via IRS Direct pay. For those without a bank account in the United States, we recommend using a credit card. Please check out the IRS website for options and instructions.
Check your Federal Refund...
You can check the status of your refund for the current tax filing season at the IRS website (e.g. 2016 refund). Please allow 8 weeks after mailing your return for this information to become available. Be prepared to provide your name, social security number and amount of refund expected.
Check the status of your Amended Return...
You can check the status of your amended federal tax return for up to three prior years at the IRS' website. Please allow up to 16 weeks after mailing your amended return to the IRS for the information to become available. Be prepared to provide your name, social security number and post/zip code.
Provide your U.S. Bank Account Details for your Economic Rebate Payment - Non-filers:
If you have not filed your 2018 or 2019 federal income tax return because you did not have a filing requirement and are not a dependent of another U.S. taxpayer, you can provide your U.S. bank account details here to receive an Economic Rebate Payment faster: