Michigan Tax Forms 2019

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MI Form 4
MI Form 4 2018

Application for Extension of Time to File Michigan Tax Returns

The MI 4 form is used for Michigan residents who seek an extension of the filing deadline for their state income tax returns. Successfully filing the MI 4 automatically allows Michigan residents a six month extension to file their MI-1040 or Schedule NR state income tax returns.

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MI Schedule NR
MI Schedule NR 2018

Michigan Nonresident and Part-year Resident Schedule

Schedule NR may be used by part-year residents and nonresidents who need to report Michigan taxable income. Michigan Schedule NR must be attached to and mailed with Form MI-1040.

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MI Tax Booklet
MI Tax Booklet 2018

Michigan Individual Income Tax Booklet

The Michigan tax booklet is a guide for state individuals on how to file their state income taxes. The guide features step-by-step instructions on how to file by mail or e-file your state taxes. In addition, the booklet features information on every type of state tax form as well as areas where filers commonly make mistake.

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Michigan  Form MI-1040-V
Michigan Form MI-1040-V 2018

Michigan Individual Income Tax e-file Payment Voucher

Form MI-1040-V may be used by taxpayers to mail their payment. Michigan Form MI-1040-V must be mailed with the payment only after the taxpayer has e-filed Form MI-1040. Form MI-1040-V must be completed and sent by April 15th, otherwise the Treasury will mail you the bill which will include an additional 5 percent of income tax that is due for an additional two-month period.

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Michigan Form MI-1040
Michigan Form MI-1040 2018

Michigan Individual Resident Income Tax Return

Michigan form MI-1040 is designed for state residents to report their annual income. The form features space to include your income, marital status as well as space to report any children or dependents you may have. By filling out the form, you will see whether or not you owe money to the state or if you will receive a refund.

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Michigan Form MI-1040CR
Michigan Form MI-1040CR 2018

Michigan Homestead Property Credit Form

Form MI-1040CR is used by taxpayers who want to claim a credit for a property. Taxpayers can claim the credit only if they meet the following requirements:

  • If the home is in Michigan.
  • If the taxpayer stayed for at least 6 months in Michigan as a resident.
  • If the taxpayer paid rent or property taxes in Michigan.
  • If the taxpayer was contracted to own a home or pay a rent.
Please keep in mind that income property homes or vacation homes are not considered homesteads.

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Michigan Form MI-1040CR-5
Michigan Form MI-1040CR-5 2018

Michigan Farmland Preservation Credit Form

Form MI-1040CR-5 may be filed by taxpayers who want to claim a Farmland Preservation Tax Credit. Michigan Form MI-1040CR-5 must be attached to Form MI-1040 before submitting it by mail. To complete Form MI-1040CR-5, taxpayers will need to collect information from the following forms: MI-1040CR, MI-1040CR-7 and MI-1040CR-2.

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Michigan Form MI-2210
Michigan Form MI-2210 2018

Michigan Underpayment of Estimated Income Tax

Form MI-2210 may be used by taxpayers to find out if they owe any penalties or interest for not paying their income taxes on time. Because Michigan Form MI-2210 is a complicated form, taxpayers may leave the interest field blank on the MI-1040 form, and the Treasury will in turn determine the interest owed and send the bill.

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Michigan Form MI-8453
Michigan Form MI-8453 2017

Michigan Individual Income Tax Declaration for e-file

Taxpayers who e-file their federal or Michigan tax returns may file Form MI-8453. To file Michigan Form MI-8453, you must file Form MI-1040 first. MI-8453 must be filed before an ERO (electronic return originator), taxpayer or preparer signs it.

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MI Form MI-1040X
MI Form MI-1040X 2014

Michigan Amended Income Tax Return

Michigan Form MI-1040X is a tax return document for residents who need to amend their previous return. Also known as the amended individual tax return form, it is used to correct any errors in income, reimbursements or tax credits on a number of other Michigan MI-1040 tax documents. When filling out your MI-1040X form, you will be given the chance to explain why you are making an amendment in your tax return.

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Michigan Schedule 2
Michigan Schedule 2 2011

Michigan Nonrefundable Credits Schedule

Schedule 2 allows Michigan residents who worked in other states to avoid facing dual taxation, being taxed by Michigan (the state of residency) and the other state (where the income was earned), on income earned outside the state of Michigan. Schedule 2 is a supplemental schedule that should be filed with MI-1040. This schedule allows Michigan residents that work in a state other than Michigan to avoid dual taxation by issuing a credit for taxes paid to states other than Michigan.

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Michigan Taxable Income
Michigan Taxable Income 2011

Michigan Taxable Income Sources

This bulletin, designed for Michigan residents and nonresidents, illustrates what income is taxable by the state of Michigan. If you have an income and don't know if it is taxable, please refer to the Michigan Taxable Income bulletin.

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Michigan Tax Forms Mailing Addresses

Here are the mailing addresses available for Michigan. Please note that some specific forms might have a different addresses. Please check the Form's instructions before using any addresses listed here.


General Address
Michigan Department of Treasury
Lansing, Michigan 48922
Phone: (517) 373-3200
Income Tax Return
Michigan Department of Treasury
P.O. Box 30199
Lansing, MI 48909-7699