Statement from Utah State Tax Commission: "Due to our efforts to protect your identity, please allow 120 days from the date you filed your return or March 1, whichever is later, to process your return and refund request. Please remember that the Utah State Tax Commission cannot issue refunds before March 1st if it cannot verify your W-2s with your employers. Use the Where’s My Refund? tool to track the status of your refund."
You can check your refund at the Utah State Tax Commission's Taxpayer Access Point.
The state will ask you to enter the exact amount of your expected refund in whole dollars. You can find this by signing in to TurboTax. If you're using the mobile app, you may need to scroll down to find your refund amount.
The refund date you'll see doesn't include the days your financial institution may take to process a direct deposit or the time a paper check may take to arrive in the mail. If you still have questions about your state tax refund, contact the Utah State Tax Commission.
As much as we would like to help, TurboTax does not distribute refunds, only the IRS or your state tax agency can legally do so.