H&R Block redirects customers inquiring about tax refund status to the IRS page for the Where's My Refund service, according to H&R Block. Taxpayers must input their Social Security number or individual taxpayer identification number, filing status, and the exact refund amount, according to the IRS.
Taxpayers can check the refund of their status 24 hours after the IRS receives an electronically submitted tax return, or four weeks after mailing a paper return. The Where's My Refund service is updated no more than once a day, according to the IRS. The IRS advises taxpayers to only call about a refund if the refund has not arrived within 21 days of a received tax return.