Wisconsin touts mobile app for tax refund status

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The Wisconsin Department of Revenue is touting its mobile app that allows taxpayers to track the status of their tax refund.

The department is also encouraging college students to file their taxes electronically soon so they can get their refund before spring break.

The department's website has step-by-step instructions for filling out the Wisconsin tax return online.

The department predicts that about 80 percent of the 3 million tax returns filed this year in Wisconsin will come in electronically.

In addition to the mobile app, taxpayers can also check the status of their refund through the department's automated refund line and website.

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