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Where’s My Michigan State Tax Refund?

State Taxes Tax Refunds Taxes

Find more information about your Michigan income taxes below. Check your filing status & refund for any state.

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Where’s My Michigan State Tax Refund?

Check the status of your Michigan tax refund using these resources.

State:  Michigan
Website:  https://www.michigan.gov/taxes/0,4676,7-238-43513_75466—,00.html
Refund Status Phone Support:  1-517-636-4486
2020 State Tax Filing Deadline:  April 15, 2021

Note: Please wait at least 14 days before checking the status of your refund with electronically filed returns. For paper-filed returns, wait six to eight weeks.

Michigan Income Tax Brackets

The state of Michigan implements a flat tax. That means no matter the filing status or income level, every taxpayer’s income is taxed at the same rate.

If you need more information on how federal tax brackets work, you can use our federal tax bracket calculator.

Filer TypeTax Rate
Single4.25%
Head of Household4.25%
Married Filing Separately4.25%
Married Filing Jointly4.25%

Michigan City Taxes

While Michigan imposes a flat tax rate, some cities within the state also collect an income tax from both residents and non-residents. The following cities impose a tax of 1% on residents and 0.5% for non-residents:

Albion, Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, Big Rapids, East Lansing, Flint, Grayling, Hamtramck, Hudson, Ionia, Jackson, Lansing, Lapeer, Muskegon, Muskegon Heights, Pontiac, Port Huron, Portland, Springfield and Walker.

There are a few exceptions to this, however, as outlined here:

CityResidentsNon-residents
Grand Rapids2.4%1.2%
Highland Park1.5%0.75%
Muskegon Heights2%1%
Saginaw1.5%0.75%

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