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Sending Payments to Treasury
Taxpayers are required to meet certain obligations under Michigan law. You are responsible for filing a timely tax return. Payment of tax due must be included with your return. It is important to resolve any outstanding tax you owe as soon as possible. Penalty and interest will be added to your debt and will continue to accrue until the amount is paid in full.
If you do not pay your taxes, you may receive a PROPOSED TAX DUE, NOTICE OF INTENT TO ASSESS, and/or a BILL FOR TAXES DUE (Final Assessment). This is your opportunity to resolve the debt prior to having the debt referred to the Office of Collections by submitting supporting documentation to dispute the notice or paying the tax due amount in full.
Once you have received an assessment number on a Notice of Intent to Assess/Final Bill for Taxes Due notice you may be eligible for an installment agreement/payment plan arrangements (form 990) with the Office of Collections.
Payments can be made prior to receiving your Notice of Intent/Final Bill for Taxes Due. Submit any late or partial payments by check or money order to Michigan Department of Treasury, P.O. Box 30727, Lansing, MI 48929. The check or money order should be made payable to ?State of Michigan'
Treasury does not currently accept credit cards for payment of taxes due. Electronic payments are not accepted until final assessments have been issued. If you have received a final assessment visit Collections e-Service for information on electronic payments.
Payments of any kind are not accepted at Treasury's Customer Service number (517-636-4486).
To make a payment on your taxes before a final assessment has been issued, be sure to include your social security number and the tax year on the check or money order made payable to “State of Michigan”
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Make checks payable to “State of Michigan,” print your Social Security number(s) and appropriate tax year on the front of your check or money order.
Mail your payment to:
Payment Plan - If you do not have an assessment number from an Intent or Final Bill for Taxes Due notice you will not be eligible for an installment agreement/payment plan arrangements with the Office of Collections. You may make monthly payments prior to entering into an installment agreement with the Office of Collections. Submit any late or partial payments by check or money order to Michigan Department of Treasury, P.O. Box 30727, Lansing, MI 48929. Be sure to include your social security number and tax year on the check or money order. Any payment(s) received after April 15th will be considered late and subject to Penalty and Interest charges.
Please allow additional time to receive a Final Bill for Taxes due, which will contain your assessment number. After you receive your assessment number your payments should be mailed to the Office of Collections to the address provided on the payment coupon found on the bottom of the Final Bill for Taxes Due. If you are unable to make payment in full, the Department of Treasury may consider an installment agreement/payment plan arrangements if your situation meets certain criteria.
For more information on how to qualify for an installment agreement/payment plan arrangements please go to ... What can I do if I cannot pay my debt in full?
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