Enter the portion of the amount shown on line 67 you wish to have refunded to you.
Check your Iowa refund status online at Where's my refund? This is the same information that is available to our phone representatives when you call.
Receiving your Refund
If you want to have your refund issued to you as a paper check proceed to Step 13. The check will be issued to the address listed on your return.
By Direct Deposit:
NOTE: The routing and account numbers may be in different places on your check.
If you would like your refund directly deposited proceed to line 68a, 68b, and 68c.
Do not input your account and routing information in rows A and B if you have an amount due on line 70.
68a. Input your financial institution’s routing number. The routing number for a checking account must be nine digits.
68b. Check either checking or savings to indicate what type of account the refund will be deposited into.
68c. Input your account number starting in the first box on the left. The account number for a checking account may have up to 17 digits.
The entire refund amount will be deposited into this one account.
For savings accounts you will need to contact your financial institution to obtain the account number and routing number. The account the refund will be issued to must be located in the United States.
Verify that the routing and account numbers are correct to avoid a delay in your refund. Any error will result in a paper refund.
Do not request a deposit of your refund to an account that is not in your name, such as your tax return preparer’s account. Although you may owe your tax return preparer a fee for preparing your return, do not have the preparer’s account to pay the fee.