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How do I apply for an Installment Agreement?

Making payments before a “Bill for Taxes Due” is issued:

At this time you are not eligible for consideration of an Installment Agreement/payment plan. However you may still submit check or money order payments prior to receiving your “Bill for Taxes Due” to the following address.

Michigan Department of Treasury
P.O. Box 30727
Lansing, MI 48929

Include your social security number and tax year on the check or money order.

**Any payments received after April 15th will be considered late and are subject to penalty and interest charges.

Making Payments AFTER a “Bill for Taxes Due” is issued:

At this time the Department of Treasury may consider an Installment Agreement if your situation meets certain criteria.

For installment agreements for 24 months or less, the taxpayer must send in a completed and signed installment agreement (Form 990). The agreement requires a proposed payment amount that will be reviewed for approval by Treasury.

All highlighted areas of the form must be filled in completely before your request for an installment agreement will be considered. Failure to complete the required areas will result in a delay of processing and collection efforts will continue.

For installment agreements longer than 24 months, contact the Office of Collections.

Michigan Department of Treasury
Office of Collections
Lansing, MI 48909-7600


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