Find more information about your New Mexico state income taxes below.
Where’s My New Mexico Tax Refund?
Check the status of your New Mexico refund using these resources.
Refund Status Website:http://www.tax.newmexico.gov/Individuals/individuals-where-is-my-refund.aspx
Refund Status Phone Support:1-866-285-2996
Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Online Contact Form:http://www.tax.newmexico.gov/contact-us.aspx
2020 State Tax Filing Deadline: May 17, 2021
Note: Please wait at least six to eight weeks before checking the status of your refund for electronically filed returns and eight to twelve weeks for paper-filed returns.
New Mexico Tax Brackets
Here is a look at the income tax brackets in the state of New Mexico based on filing status.
|Tax Rate||Single Filers||Married Filing Separately||Married Filing Jointly / Head of Household|
Deductions, Credits and the Personal Exemption
Many of the rules that apply to taxpayer income in New Mexico on a state level are similar to the federal income tax rules, especially when it comes to itemized and standard deductions. The standard deduction varies depending on the filer type. Single filers and those married filing jointly can claim a standard deduction of $6,300 and $12,600 respectively. The standard deduction for head of household is $9,250. Any local and state taxes that the residents of New Mexico pay cannot be deducted from the total taxable income.
The personal exemption filers can claim on their federal returns is exempt on their New Mexico state returns. There is an additional exemption available to filers with low to middle income. Single filers making $36,667 or less yearly can claim an exemption up to $2,500 for each federal exemption claimed. Individuals filing a joint return or as head of household are also eligible for the $2,500 personal exemption as long as they earn less than $55,000.