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Michigan State Tax Filing Information  

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It's fast and easy to efile your Michigan state tax return online. eSmart Tax's intuitive step-by-step interview process will help you complete the forms required by the Michigan department of Treasury for your MI state taxes. You can prepare and efile your full-year resident Michigan state tax return and your federal tax return at the same time.

The regular due date for filing your Michigan state taxes is April 15.

On the page below, find information about Michigan state tax forms, state tax filing instructions, and government information.

eSmart Tax supports the following Michigan Tax Forms
Supported   Michigan Form MI-1040
Individual Income Tax Return  
Supported   Michigan Form MI-1040CR
Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim  
Supported   Michigan Form MI-1040V
Michigan e-file Payment Voucher  
Supported   Michigan Form MI-8453
Michigan Individual Income Tax Declaration for E-file  
Supported   Michigan Schedule 1
Additions and Subtractions  
Supported   Michigan Schedule W
Withholding Tax Schedule  
  And More
Availability:   Type:   Notes:  
Supported Same as federal N/A
State MI Website and Contacts
State Website   https://www.michigan.gov/taxes/0,4676,7-238-43513_74865---,00.html
Taxpayer Assistance:   (800) 827-4000
TTY/TDD:   (517) 636-4999
Refund Status:   (800) 827-4000
Check Refund Status Online:   http://www.michigan.gov/taxes/0,1607,7-238-43513-157514--,00.html
Special Processing
Type:   Availability:  
State-only tax return: Supported
Decedent Return: Supported
Return with foreign address: Supported
Signature Form
Form Name:   Instructions:  
MI-8453 Mail in MI-8453 to:

Alternative Filing Office
Michigan Department of Treasury
P.O. Box 30679
Lansing, MI 48909-8179
State MI Overpayment Option
You have the following options:
  1. Apply your refund amount to next year's tax payment.
  2. Receive your refund by check through mail.
  3. Receive your refund by direct deposit to your bank account.
State MI Amount Owe Payment Option
You have the following options to pay your tax:
  1. If you cannot pay your taxes in full, after you receive a "Bill for Taxes Due" (Form 168, Intent to Assess) or "Final Bill for Taxes Due" (Form 169, Final Assessment) the Department of Treasury may consider an Installment Agreement if your situation meets certain criteria. For Installment Agreements for 24 months or less, the taxpayer must sign and return the installment agreement ( Form 990 ) ( http://www.michigan.gov/documents/990forLVP_88572_7.pdf ).
  2. Mail in a check.

    You need to attach Payment Voucher (Form M60)

    Mail check to:
    Michigan Revenue
    P.O. Box 64054
    St. Paul, MN 55164-0054