Q) I have received a letter in the mail regarding my amended tax return that it was issue out on this month but i still have not receive my check.
A) If you received a letter from the IRS regarding your amended tax return, but have not received your refund check, there may be a few reasons for the delay.
First, it’s possible that your refund was applied to any outstanding tax debt you may have owed. If this is the case, the IRS would have sent you a notice explaining the offset and how it affected your refund.
Second, the IRS may have put a hold on your refund for review. If this is the case, the IRS will send you a notice explaining the delay and any additional information they need to process your refund.
Finally, it’s possible that your check was lost or stolen in the mail. If you suspect that your check was lost or stolen, you should contact the IRS as soon as possible to request a replacement check.
To check the status of your refund, you can use the “Where’s My Amended Return?” tool on the IRS website. You will need to provide your Social Security number, date of birth, and the zip code from your mailing address to access your account.
If you have questions or concerns about your refund or the status of your amended tax return, you should contact the IRS using the phone number or address provided on the letter you received.