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Last Updated: 1/11/2019

Property Tax Refund

Property Tax Refund Modification

Business Use of Home

A taxpayer using their home for business purposes must reduce their property taxes payable regardless of IRS limitations on deductions. This is effective immediately. Updated forms and instructions are available.

Where's My Refund

This tax season you will be able to track where your refund is in the process by using our improved Where’s My Refund? system.
Our improved system will help you learn where your refund is in the process. You will be able to track which of the four stages your refund is in and whether you need to take any action to allow us to complete the processing of your refund. You will see the date your refund was issued when it is finished processing.

Save and Finish Later

When you file your property tax refund using our free online system, homeowners have the option to save and finish their return for up to 14 days. Click the button at the bottom of the return and a confirmation screen will open with instructions on how to complete the process when you’re ready. Remember, after 14 days, your request will expire and you’ll have to start all over.

Don’t miss out on your 2017 Property Tax Refund

You need to file by August 15, 2019. You may be eligible even if you’re not required to file a Minnesota income tax return. To learn more, go to Homestead Credit Refund (for Homeowners) and Renter's Property Tax Refund.