Find out the latest status of your New Mexico state tax refund with these tips and resources. 

In this article, we will share with you how and where to get more information on your tax refund, what you can do to check updates, and what may be causing the delays (if there are any). Also you’ll get the latest on the income tax rates for individuals in the state of New Mexico.

Where’s My Refund NM?

If you have filed for your New Mexico state tax refund and you’re wondering where your refund is, we have some information that can help you out. 

Where to Check the Status of Your New Mexico Tax Refund

To check the status of your New Mexico Tax Refund, you may visit their website at  https://tap.state.nm.us/tap/_/#1.

Enter the following information:

  • Your Social Security Number or SSN
  • Your anticipated refund amount

Then click the “Submit” button to check your refund status. Additionally, you may also visit the state’s Taxpayer Access Point or TAP and login to our account. You can see the status of your refund there.

How to Contact the New Mexico State Department of Revenue

Or, you can also call the New Mexico State Department of Revenue’s lines at 1-866-285-2996

If you have filed for your tax refund electronically, you should have an updated status after ten business days. And you can expect your refund within six to eight weeks. 

However, if you have submitted a paper tax return, it may take anywhere between eight to twelve weeks from the day you mailed it.

What Can Cause a Delay In Your NM Tax Refund

If it takes a little while for your New Mexico state tax refund, there may be some delays. So what causes a delay?

Well, there are a number of different reasons that could cause a delay in your New Mexico state tax refunds. It may include some of the following, but are not limited to:

  • Not choosing direct deposit
  • Mailing a paper return or check sent through mail
  • There may be some math errors in your return or other adjustments.
  • The New Mexico Department of Revenue may need to get further verification on the information you have reported on your return. If this is the case, they may request additional information from you, and it may make the process take longer.
  • There may also be delays if you have used more than one form type to complete your return. 
  • Lastly, there may be delays because there is any missing information on your return, or you submitted while it is still incomplete.

To get your refund faster, be sure that all of the details you entered in your filing are correct. And make sure to submit your filing online and choose to get your refund deposited to your account instead. These will make the process faster and more convenient for you.

Should there be any delays with your New Mexico state tax refund, just call the hotline number we have provided above, or visit their website at http://www.tax.newmexico.gov/Individuals/.

Tax Rates for New Mexico

Here’s the personal income tax rates for New Mexico.

If the taxable income is:The tax is:Of the excess over:
$5,500 or Under1.7%
Over $5,500 but not over $11,0003.2% + $93.50$5,500
Over $11,000 but not over $16,0004.7% + $269.50$11,000
Over $11,000 but not over $16,0004.7% + $269.50$11,000
Over $16,000 but not over $210,0004.9% + $504.50$16,000
Over $210,0005.9% + $10,010.50$210,000

For married individuals filing separate returns:

If the taxable income is:The tax is:Of the excess over:
Not over $4,0001.7%
Over $4,000 but not over $8,000$68 +3.2%$4,000
Over $8,000 but not over $12,000$196 + 4.7%$8,000
Over $12,000 but not over $157,500$384 + 4.9%$12,000
Over $157,500$7,513.50 + 5.9%$157,500

For heads of household, surviving spouses and married individuals filing joint returns:

If the taxable income is:The tax is:Of the excess over:
Not over $8,0001.7%
Over $8,000 but not over $16,000$136,00 + 3.2%$8,000
Over $16,000 but not over $24,000$392.00 + 4.7%$16,000
Over $24,000 but not over $315,000$768.00 + 4.9%$24,000
Over $315,000$15,027 + 5.9%$315,000

Looking for information on other states? Visit our where is my state tax refund page.

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