Where’s My Washington DC State Refund? District of Columbia Tax Return Status 2015
Check Your 2015 Washington DC District of Columbia State Refund Status. Where’s My DC State Refund?
You will need your social security number, numbers in your mailing address, your zip code, and your 2014 tax refund amount claimed on your 2014 California tax return. Where’s My California State Refund?
- 540 2EZ, line 23
- 540, line 93
- 540NR Short or Long Form, line 103
|Washington DC State Tax Refund Status Information
2014 Washington DC Tax Rates and Exemptions
TThe personal income tax fees apply to individuals and partnerships, as well as limited liability companies that are classified as partnerships. The bank and corporation fees apply to banks and corporations, as well as limited liability companies that are classified as corporations. Interest does not accrue on these cost recovery fees.
2014 Washington DC State Tax Rate Schedules
Washington, D.C., residents are taxed at four rates, ranging from 4 percent to 8.95 percent. More on District of Columbia taxes can be found in the tabbed pages below.
Personal income tax
Washington, D.C., levies income taxes from District residents utilizing four tax brackets.
- 4 percent on the first $10,000 of taxable income.
- 6 percent on taxable income between $10,001 and $40,000.
- 8.5 percent on taxable income between $40,001 and $350,000.
- 8.95 percent on taxable income of $350,001 and above.
Income from Social Security and up to $3,000 of military retired pay, pension income or annuity income from D.C. or the federal government is excluded.
District of Columbia residents must file their tax returns by April 15, or the next business day if that date falls on a weekend or holiday.
Renters and homeowners who have taxable income of $20,000 or less may be eligible for a tax credit by filing Schedule H, included in the D-40 material. If you are not required to file a District of Columbia tax return, send in Schedule H alone to claim the credit.