Some state tax refunds taking longer than expected. In a follow-up to a Fact Finders investigation Nebraska's Tax Commissioner sent Channel News an updated statement.
Tax Commissioner Doug Ewald said, "The Nebraska Department of Revenue is erroneously rejecting some types of Nebraska Federal-State e-file returns. These issues affect a very small number of taxpayers.
The Department is working to resolve the remaining problems as quickly as possible which will enable those taxpayers affected by these problems to use Federal-State e-file for their Nebraska returns.
Although we don't know exactly when each issue will be corrected, we encourage you to resubmit your Nebraska return every couple of days until you are notified that the issue has been corrected. There is no limit to the number of resubmissions allowed by Nebraska.
While you can still file your Nebraska return on paper, this may result in a longer time to process your return than waiting for the e-filing issue to be resolved.
The Department regrets that some taxpayers have experienced delays in e-filing their returns and asks for your patience as we deal with various software issues."