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Where’s My 2024 Minnesota State Tax Refund?

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Find more information about your Minnesota state income taxes below. Check your e-filing and refund status for any state.

Where’s my Minnesota tax refund?

Check the status of your Minnesota tax refund using these resources.

State:  Minnesota
Refund Status Website: Minnesota Department of Revenue
Refund Status Phone Support:  1-651-296-4444 (automated), 1-800-657-3676 (toll free)
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
General Tax Information:  1-651-296-3781
Email Tax Support:  individual.incometax@state.mn.us
2023 State Filing Deadline:  April 15, 2024

Note: Please wait at least 72 hours before checking the status of your refund on electronically filed returns and six weeks for paper-filed returns.

Minnesota tax brackets

While calculating your state refund taxes, it is important to know about your state income tax brackets. Minnesota’s state income taxes are based on four tax brackets. As per e-filing status, here is a look at the brackets.

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

Tax RateSingle FilersMarried Filing SeparatelyMarried Filing Jointly and Qualified Surviving SpouseHead of Household
5.35%Up to $30,070Up to $21,975Up to $43,950Up to $37,010
6.8%$30,071 — $98,760$21,976 — $87,305$43,951 — $174,610$37,011 — $148,730
7.85%$98,761 — $183,340$87,306 — $152,485$174,611 — $304,970$148,731 — $243,720
9.85%Over $183,340Over $152,485Over $304,970Over $243,720

Minnesota deductions and the personal exemption

Taxpayers in Minnesota pay the fourth-highest income tax rates in the country. Fortunately, Minnesota does allow a dependent exemption of up to $4,800 per dependent (phased out by higher income levels).

The standard deduction for single filers and those married filing separately is $13,825, head of household is $20,800, and all other filing statuses are allowed up to $27,650 for a standard deduction (phased out by higher income levels).

Various tax credits are also available on Minnesota state returns. For example, individuals can claim the Child and Dependent Care Credit. The New Child and Working Family Credit is also an available credit — lower-income taxpayers can get up to $1,750 per qualifying dependent.

This article is for informational purposes only and not legal or financial advice.
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