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What is the definition of total household resources?
Total Household Resources (THR) are the total income (taxable and nontaxable) of both spouses or of a single person maintaining a household, excluding the following:
- net business and farm losses
- net rent and royalty losses
- any carryback or carryover for a net operating loss
Note: Gifts of cash and all payments exceeding $300 made on your behalf must be included in THR.
View a partial list of items included in Michigan taxable income. The list serves as a guide and is not intended to replace the law.
See Home Heating Credit and Shared Housing Situations for updated information.