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Michigan Individual Income Tax — e-File 2012
Last year, 3.6 million Michigan taxpayers opted for the safest, fastest and easiest way to submit their individual income tax returns – Michigan e-file. Your 2012 income tax return may be e-filed beginning January 30, 2013.
E-file with Commercial Tax Software – Do it yourself. Buy tax preparation software either over-the-counter or online and prepare your own return. The software’s question and answer format makes doing taxes much easier than filling out tax forms. Several software companies offer FREE e-file services to qualified Michigan taxpayers. If you do not qualify to file for FREE, you may also e-file for a small fee.
E-file Through a Paid Tax Preparer – Find a tax professional you trust to prepare and e-file your return. Nearly all tax preparer use e-file now and many are required to do so. To find an e-file provider in your area, search the IRS Authorized e-file Provider Locator .
Where’s My Refund – Check My Income Tax Info Web site is the quickest way to check the status of your refund. Please allow 14 days before checking the status of your e-filed return.
Tax Due Returns – Returns resulting in a tax due must submit payment, along with form MI-1040-V by April 15, 2013 to avoid penalty and interest. Michigan Department of Treasury does not participate in electronic funds withdrawals or direct debit for payment of taxes due.
E-file Questions – Have a question regarding Michigan’s e-file program? Visit the e-file frequently asked questions .
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