Charleston News Network FSCC 5 confirms that the Department of Revenue has begun issuing refunds to anyone who filed their tax returns before October 17, 2022 and meets the qualifying requirements.
Those who filed before October 17 are expected to receive refunds by the end of the year.
Residents have until February 15, 2023 to file returns if they want to receive a refund check. For returns filed after October 17 to February 15, refunds are expected to be issued in March 2023.
The state has provided the following information regarding eligibility requirements:
How your refund was calculated:
- Look at a copy of your 2021 South Carolina individual income tax return (SC1040) and see if you have an amount on line 10.
- If you do not, you do not have a tax liability and are not eligible for a refund.
- If you do, continue to calculate your liability by adding your refundable credits, lines 21 and 22. (This could be zero.) Now subtract those credits, if any, from line 15. If that amount is more than $1, you are eligible for a refund.
line 15 – (line 21 + line 22)
- If that amount is less than $800, that amount is your refund. If it is greater than or equal to $800, you will receive $800.
Some taxpayers may receive less than that estimate.
- You will receive less than your calculated refund amount if you had an outstanding Personal Income Tax bill with SCDOR. That debt could be from your 2021 return or from previous years.
- If the balance you owed was less than your refund, it will be subtracted from your refund and you will receive the remaining amount.
- If your balance is greater than your refund, the refund will be subtracted from what you owe and you will not receive a refund.
- The SCDOR has sent a Personal Income Tax Refund Adjustment Notice to the affected taxpayers.
If you have any questions about your South Carolina taxes, please call 803-722-1958. You can also track the status of your refund online. here.
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