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Check Your Refund Status
Refund: Federal and State refund timing varies. Delivery of your Federal refund may be delayed if the IRS selects your return for further review. The Department of Treasury Offset Program may offset your tax refund to pay delinquent federal student loans, child support or other debt. Call the Treasury Offset Program Call Center at 800-304-3107 if you have questions.
Balance Due: If you have a Federal balance due and did not make arrangements today to pay the full amount, go to DirectPay at IRS.gov or mail-in a check to pay the remaining balance by April 15th (or as instructed & updated by IRS). If you pay by credit/debit card, payment processor will assess a convenience fee. If you selected an installment plan, visit IRS.gov to apply for an online payment agreement. If you have a State balance due and did not make arrangements today to pay the full amount, you can pay the remaining balance by credit/debit card or check. Follow state instructions to avoid additional penalties/fees.
Extension: If you filed an extension, the original return must be filed by October 15th. Any balance due must be paid by April 15th (or as instructed & updated by IRS) to avoid penalties/interest.
Amortization Schedule Calculator
This loan calculator - also known as an amortization schedule calculator - lets you estimate your monthly loan repayments. It also determines out how much of your repayments will go towards the principal and how much will go towards interest. Simply input your loan amount, interest rate, loan term and repayment start date then click "Calculate".