Where's My Federal Refund?

To check the status of your refund, please click on the "Where's My Refund?" button below.

To check the status of your refund, you will need the following:

1. Your Social Security Number or ITIN,

2. Your filing status (e.g. single, MFJ, MFS, or HOH), and

3. Your exact refund amount.

Where's My Illinois Refund

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New Tax Clients

After setting up your first tax appointment, you may ask yourself, "What exactly do I need to bring to my first appointment?"
For the initial meeting, please bring the following:

  • A copy of your tax return from the prior year.
  • Social security cards for you, your spouse, and any children you will be claiming on your tax return.
  • Driver's licenses for you and your spouse.
  • A voided check if you wish to have your refund direct deposited or your liability direct debited.
  • All tax documents received for the current tax year (e.g. W-2's, 1099's, 1098's, etc.).
  • If you are claiming any children, please provide:
  • A birth certificate or foster parent placement papers.
  • School, medical, daycare OR social service records in the form of a letter on official letterhead form the school, medical provider, social service agency, or place of worship that shows names, common address, and dates.
  • Proof of your child's disability (if child is over 18), if applicable.
  • If your child is over 18, proof of full-time student status.

If you are a business, please bring the following:

  • A copy of the Articles of Incorporation (C-Corps and S-Corps).
  • A Copy of Form 2553 (S-Corps only).
  • A copy of the Partnership Agreement (Partnerships only).
  • Any papers received from the IRS.
  • Records of income and expense and receipts for expenses if available.

If you are a trust or estate, please bring the following:

  • A copy of the Will.
  • A copy of the Trust/Estate papers.
  • Any papers received from the IRS.