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Michigan Tax Day: FAQs You Need to Know

When is Tax Day in 2023?

Most taxpayers are looking at a Tuesday, April 18 filing deadline for federal returns rather than the more common April 15 deadline.

Michigan Tax day

When filing your federal and state income tax returns, no tax year is the same, and this tax season has quirks. (Photo: Bridge Detroit)

When is Michigan Tax Day?

This year, April 18, 2023.

How can I find out where income tax refund is on Michigan Tax Day?

You can check online for updates if you filed your state income tax return in Michigan. Typically, you must wait two weeks after receiving confirmation that your Michigan state income tax return was accepted via e-file before you can inquire about your refund.

When can I expect to receive my Michigan income tax refund?

If your return has an error, your refund may be delayed.

Ron Leix stated that the state eFile system is used by approximately 90% of Michigan taxpayers. About 90% of taxpayers file electronically.

READ ALSO: The Process of Getting a Tax Refund: How Long Does It Take?

What if I have a question about my return to Michigan?

To use Treasury eServices, you must provide the following information:

  • Social Security number of the primary filer.
  • Last name of the primary filer
  • The fiscal year
  • The status of the filing
  • Total Household Resources or Adjusted Gross Income. Line 10 of the MI-1040 contains information about Michigan AGI. Total Household Resources can be found on MI-1040CR line 33 or MI-1040CR-7 line 37.

Is there a phone number for the Michigan Treasury?

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Michigan Department of Treasury at 517-636-4486. 

What is the typical tax refund on Michigan Tax Day?

Based on early-season tax returns, the average federal income tax refund was $3,140 for returns processed through February 17. This is a decrease of 11.2% from the previous year’s average of $3,536.

How long does the IRS take to issue a refund?

Taxpayers may face fewer delays when filing their 2022 returns now that the IRS has worked through much of the backlog accumulated during the pandemic.

How do I check the status of my federal refund?

Visit and use the “Where’s My Refund?” tool. The most recent tax year filed information is generally available 24 hours after the IRS acknowledges receipt of a taxpayer’s e-filed return.

Should I postpone filing my 2022 income tax return until the IRS completes the return I filed last year?

No. The IRS says people can file their 2022 returns this year even if they are experiencing processing delays with previous-year returns.

What if I’m a victim of identity theft?

The IRS has no-appointment-required Saturday events, including one on March 11, where the IRS Detroit Taxpayers will be available.

What is the significance of Form 1099-G? Does this imply that I owe money?

A 1099-G is frequently issued to report any state, or local income tax refunds received the previous year. This amount may or may not be taxable on your federal tax return. You must report the state income tax refund as income if you itemized deductions on your federal income tax return last year.

Can I claim a tax deduction for my charitable contributions?

Almost nine out of ten taxpayers now take the standard deduction, which means they don’t itemize their expenses or claim deductions like charitable contributions on their tax returns. 

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