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Are my unemployment benefits subject to taxes or offset for other purposes?
Yes. Michigan law generally provides that unemployment benefits may have income taxes deducted, and they are also subject to offset for child support payments and to pay debts owed for past benefit overpayments. See MCL 421.27b; MCL 421.27(m); MCL 421.62(a). The recent Executive Orders concerning COVID-19 do not suspend these provisions.