Michigan Income Taxes and State Tax Forms

Michigan Income Taxes and State Tax Forms

arrowWhere is my Michigan State Tax Refund?
arrowWhere is my Federal Tax Refund?
arrow How Do I Pay My Michigan State Income Tax?

arrowWhere is my Michigan State Tax Refund?
arrowWhere is my Federal Tax Refund?
arrow How Do I Pay My Michigan State Income Tax?

arrowStart Michigan State Tax Return Only
arrowHow to file a Michigan Tax Extension
arrowHow to file a Michigan Tax Amendment

arrowStart Michigan State Tax Return Only
arrowHow to file a Michigan Tax Extension
arrowHow to file a Michigan Tax Amendment

Start Federal and Michigan State Tax Returns

Start Federal and Michigan State Tax Returns

The efile.com tax software makes it easy for you to efile your state tax return and use the correct state tax forms. Prepare and efile your Michigan state tax return and Federal tax return together or separately at efile.com. View the federal tax return filing requirements.

The efile.com tax software makes it easy for you to efile your state tax return and use the correct state tax forms. Prepare and efile your Michigan state tax return and Federal tax return together or separately at efile.com. View the federal tax return filing requirements.

View all state tax return filing deadlines here.

View all state tax return filing deadlines here.

Find federal income tax return filing deadlines here.

Find federal income tax return filing deadlines here.

All of the following Michigan state tax forms are supported by the efile.com software:

All of the following Michigan state tax forms are supported by the efile.com software:

Form 4

Form 4

Michigan honors federal tax extensions, so you may use a copy of your Form 4868 to get an automatic 6-month extension of time to file your state return. If you owe no state tax, you do not need to file a Michigan state extension or send a copy of your federal extension to the state.

Michigan honors federal tax extensions, so you may use a copy of your Form 4868 to get an automatic 6-month extension of time to file your state return. If you owe no state tax, you do not need to file a Michigan state extension or send a copy of your federal extension to the state.

If you owe Michigan state tax and you did not get a federal extension, you may get an automatic 6-month (180-day) extension of time to file your state return by filling out Form 4 and mailing it to the address on the form. But you must pay any taxes you owe by the original deadline, so include a check or money order with your extension. Otherwise, you will accrue penalties and interest on the unpaid amount. If you owe taxes and you are not including a payment, your extension request will not be honored.

If you owe Michigan state tax and you did not get a federal extension, you may get an automatic 6-month (180-day) extension of time to file your state return by filling out Form 4 and mailing it to the address on the form. But you must pay any taxes you owe by the original deadline, so include a check or money order with your extension. Otherwise, you will accrue penalties and interest on the unpaid amount. If you owe taxes and you are not including a payment, your extension request will not be honored.

Complete Form 4

Complete Form 4

Michigan state tax amendments cannot be efiled; they can only be filed by mail. Learn how to prepare and file an amended Michigan tax return.

Michigan state tax amendments cannot be efiled; they can only be filed by mail. Learn how to prepare and file an amended Michigan tax return.

Download, fill out, print out, sign, and mail

Download, fill out, print out, sign, and mail

Download, fill out, print out, sign, and mail

Download, fill out, print out, sign, and mail

Using efile and direct deposit is the fastest way to get your Michigan state tax refund. If you efile a Michigan tax return, your refund will generally be processed within 2 weeks. Allow at least 6 weeks if you filed a paper return.

Using efile and direct deposit is the fastest way to get your Michigan state tax refund. If you efile a Michigan tax return, your refund will generally be processed within 2 weeks. Allow at least 6 weeks if you filed a paper return.

Check your Michigan tax refund status.

Check your Michigan tax refund status.

List of all Michigan State efile Income Tax Return Error Reject Codes.

List of all Michigan State efile Income Tax Return Error Reject Codes.

You can pay your Michigan state income taxes by phone by calling the MI Collection Division at 1-517-636-5265. Have your bank information available: your financial institution’s 9 digit routing number (on the bottom left corner of your personal checks) and your checking/savings account number. For payment arrangements, call the MI Customer Contact Center at 517-636-4486.

You can pay your Michigan state income taxes by phone by calling the MI Collection Division at 1-517-636-5265. Have your bank information available: your financial institution’s 9 digit routing number (on the bottom left corner of your personal checks) and your checking/savings account number. For payment arrangements, call the MI Customer Contact Center at 517-636-4486.

Michigan has a flat 4.25% income tax rate.

Michigan has a flat 4.25% income tax rate.

Many cities in Michigan levy additional income taxes at flat rates ranging from 1% to 2.5% (for Detroit).

Many cities in Michigan levy additional income taxes at flat rates ranging from 1% to 2.5% (for Detroit).

Michigan has a 6% state sales tax rate and does not allow local sales taxes.

Michigan has a 6% state sales tax rate and does not allow local sales taxes.

More information on Michigan Sales Tax

More information on Michigan Sales Tax

In Michigan, real estate and tangible personal property are taxed at the local level.

In Michigan, real estate and tangible personal property are taxed at the local level.

Michigan was the first state to guarantee each child the right to a tax-paid high school education.

Michigan was the first state to guarantee each child the right to a tax-paid high school education.

For more information, you can visit the website of the Michigan Department of Treasury.

For more information, you can visit the website of the Michigan Department of Treasury.

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U.S. territories and protectorates:
American Samoa | Guam | Northern Mariana Islands | Puerto Rico | U.S. Virgin Islands

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