The property tax information listed below provides eligible taxpayers with a variety of property tax savings and information on various property tax issues.
|Property Tax Related Links||Personal Property Tax|
Information regarding personal property tax including: forms, exemptions and information for taxpayers and assessors regarding the Essential Services Assessment.
|Property Tax Reports & Submission Forms||Property Tax Calendars|
Follow links to find property tax reports that are prepared by the Department of Treasury as well as forms and submission documents for government officials and taxpayers.
|Link directly to the Property Tax Calendar or the Statutory Tax Collection Distribution Calendar below.|
|Property Tax Exemptions||Property Tax Deferment|
|Exemptions to provide eligible taxpayers with a variety of property tax savings.||Programs that allow qualified property owners to postpone payment of taxes or special assessments.|
|Forfeiture and Foreclosure||Veterans and Military Personnel|
|Information regarding the real property tax forfeiture, foreclosure and auction process in Michigan can be found here.||Property tax exemptions, credits and information for veterans and active-duty military personnel.|
|Homestead Property Tax - Income Tax Credit||State Education Tax|
|An income tax credit for qualified homeowners or renters who pay property taxes.||The State Education Tax Act (SET) requires that property be assessed at 6 mills as part of summer property tax. Follow this link for information regarding the collection of SET.|
|Changes in Ownership Issues||Omitted or Incorrectly Reported Property (154 Petitions)|
|If you are selling, transferring or buying property or changing the deed or title for an existing property that you own, multiple laws impact the taxes on these transactions.||To find out more information on 154 Petitions, omitted or incorrectly reported property.|
|Classification Appeals||State Equalization|
|Information regarding appealing your classification can be found here.||The property assessment system is the basis for the collection of property taxes in Michigan.|
|State Assessment||State Tax Commission|
|Follow this link for information regarding filing State Assessed Property reports online and other related material for telephone companies, railroads and railroad car loaning companies.||The State Tax Commission (STC) has general supervision duties in the administration of the Property Tax Law in Michigan, and provides assistance/advice to assessors.|