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Worksheet 2 (Tier 3 Michigan Standard Deduction) Estimator

If the older of you or your spouse (if married filing jointly) was born during the period January 1, 1954 through January 1, 1956, and reached the age of 67 on or before December 31, 2022, you may deduct the personal exemption amount and taxable Social Security benefits, military compensation (including retirement benefits), Michigan National Guard retirement benefits and railroad retirement benefits included in adjusted gross income (AGI), or claim a deduction against all income, of $20,000 for a return filed as single or married filing separately, or $40,000 for a married filing joint return.

Nonresidents and part-year residents should complete Schedule NR before using this estimator.

Use the information from your MI-1040, Schedule 1, and Schedule NR (for nonresidents and part-year residents) to estimate your Tier 3 Michigan Standard Deduction.


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Please remember to a copy of this screen once your estimation is complete. Keep this copy with your tax records/documentation for the appropriate tax year.

This estimator provides an unofficial estimate and has no legal bearing on any future tax liability. Interactive estimators are made available to you as self-help tools for your independent use.

NOTE: The information you provide is anonymous and will only be used for purposes of this estimation. It will not be shared, stored or used in any other way, nor can it be used to identify the individual who enters it. It will be discarded when you exit this program.