Michigan Tax Refund
After filing your Michigan tax return, you probably want to know when you will get your Michigan state refund… Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here we’ll cover the details of checking on and receiving your Michigan tax refund.
How Do You Check Your Michigan Tax Refund Status?
Refer to the Michigan Department of Treasury website on the Where’s My Refund? page to find your expected Michigan state refund date.
What Do You Need to Check On Your Michigan State Tax Refund?
To check your Michigan state tax refund status, you need to enter your:
- Social Security number (SSN)
- The tax year
- Your filing status
- Adjusted gross income or total household resources
When Can You Start Checking for your Michigan Tax Refund Status?
For e-filed state returns: You should expect to wait two weeks after your return is accepted to check for information.
For paper-filed returns: If you filed a paper return, allow six to eight weeks before checking your Michigan state refund status.
How Do You Check Your Federal Tax Refund Status?
You can check the status of your federal return using H&R Block’s “Where’s My Refund?” tool. Knowing your e-filing status gives you confidence and the ability to plan ahead for personal expenses. Whether you filed online or in person, H&R Block can answer your questions and track your income tax refund status as it changes.
Need Hands-On Guidance With Checking Your Michigan Refund?
If you want extra guidance tracking your Michigan refund or helping you file your state return, enlist the help of a tax pro using Tax Pro Go – all from the comfort of your home. To visit an office, find a H&R Block tax office closest to you.
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