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Published: Nov 08, 2023 5 min read
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Tax season is widely dreaded among Americans. But next year, it might be a little less dreadful thanks to an IRS overhaul.

The Where's My Refund? tool, launched by the IRS in 2002 and used by millions since to track their tax refunds, is getting a major makeover. In response to complaints about the tool's lackluster features, the government agency says it's rolling out a slew of enhancements that should be ready when you file your taxes in 2024.

How the Where's My Refund? tool is changing