Michigan Tax Forms
If you live in the state of Michigan or earn wages in the state, it’s likely you will have to pay Michigan income tax. And with that, comes completing and filing Michigan tax forms. Read on to learn more about common Michigan income tax forms, including MI 1040…
Where Do I Find State of Michigan Tax Forms?
If you are trying to locate, download, or print state of Michigan tax forms, you can do so on the Michigan Department of Treasury Website.
Commonly used Michigan income tax forms are also available at Michigan Department of Treasury offices, most public libraries, Northern Michigan post offices, and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) county offices.
Common Michigan Income Tax Forms & Instructions
The most common Michigan income tax form is the MI-1040. This form is used by Michigan residents who file an individual income tax return.
Here is a comprehensive list of Michigan tax forms, along with instructions:
|Form Number||Form Name||Instructions|
|MI-1040||Individual Income Tax Return||MI-1040 Book with forms
MI-1040 Book – Instructions only (no forms)
|MI-1040CR||Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim||MI-1040CR Instructions|
|4884||Pension Schedule||Pension Schedule Instructions|
|4884 Worksheet||Form 4884 Section D Worksheet||4884 Worksheet Instructions|
|Schedule W||Withholding Tax Schedule||Instructions included on form|
|MI-1040CR-2||Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People||Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People Instruction Book|
|MI-1040CR-7||Home Heating Credit Claim||Home Heating Credit Claim Instruction Book|
|4976||Home Heating Credit Claim Supplemental||Instructions included on form|
|Schedule NR||Nonresident and Part-year Resident Schedule||Instructions included on form|
|Schedule AMD||Amended Return Explanation of Changes||Instructions included on form|
(Source: Michigan Department of Treasury)
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