Where’s My Idaho State Tax Refund?

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Find information about your Idaho state income taxes below. Check your filing status & refund for any state.

Where’s My Idaho State Tax Refund?

Check the status of your refund using these resources.

State:  Idaho
Refund Status Website:  https://tax.idaho.gov/
Refund Status Phone Support:  1-208-364-7389, 1-888-228-5770
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m MT
General Tax Information:  1-800-972-7660
Email Tax Support:  taxrep@tax.idaho.gov
Online Contact Form:  https://tax.idaho.gov/i-1015.cfm#sub2
2017 State Tax Filing Deadline:  April 17, 2018

Note: Taxpayers filing online should wait three to five days before checking the status of their refund. Those who file paper returns should wait three weeks.

Idaho State Tax Brackets

Idaho taxpayers pay income taxes on wages, salaries, self-employment, rental earnings, royalties and various forms of interest income. The only form of income not taxed is Social Security. Based on filing status and income level, there are seven different marginal income tax brackets.

That means your income is taxed at every tax bracket that it qualifies. For example, if your income is $20,000 a year, you pay 1.6 percent tax on the first $1,471, 3.6 percent on the income between $1,471 and $2,944, and 4.1 percent on the income between $2,944 and $4,416. That progression continues until you exhaust your total earnings within the income thresholds.

If you need more information on how federal tax brackets work you can use our federal tax bracket calculator.

Tax RateSingle Filers / Married Filing SeparatelyMarried Filing Jointly / Head of Household
1.60%$0+$0+
3.60%$1,471+$2,943+
4.10%$2,944+$5,889+
5.10%$4,416+$8,833+
6.10%$5,889+$11,779+
7.10%$7,361+$14,723+
7.40%$11,042+$22,085+

Idaho Tax Deductions & Personal Exemption

Taxpayers in Idaho can claim the standard deduction or choose to itemize their deductions. The method that results in a higher value is the route to choose. For instance, if the itemized deduction total is more than the standard deduction, you’ll likely want to itemize. The standard deduction in Idaho is the same value as the federal standard deduction.

The personal exemption value is also the same as the federal personal exemption.

 

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