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Fees

  • No. The convenience fee is a nondeductible expense.

  • No. Treasury has made the decision to use JPMorgan Chase for processing card payments.
  • There is no fee for eCheck payments. Credit and debit card payments will be charged a convenience fee (2.35% of the total payment for credit cards and a flat rate of $3.95 for debit cards). The fee will be displayed on the payment verification screen. You will have the opportunity to cancel the payment before the fee is charged. The fee will appear as a separate transaction on your bank or card statement and is paid directly to the payment processing company.
  • Treasury does not receive or charge any fees for card payments. The convenience fee is charged by JPMorgan Chase to cover the cost of processing the transaction.
  • You should contact the credit card issuer for any assistance with a billing error.
  • The convenience fee is charged by JPMorgan Chase to cover the cost of processing the transaction. The fees are based on the amount of the payment or the payment type, as follows:

    • eCheck: no fee
    • Credit card payment: 2.35% of the total payment
    • Debit card payment: $3.95 flat fee
  • This service is just one payment option for you to use.  If you filed a Michigan individual income tax return in the previous tax year you may choose to make your payment using the eCheck option, which does not have a fee.  If you prefer to make your payment by check or money order, please refer to the specific form instructions for more information.

  • No. Your payment will be treated like a retail purchase and not a cash advance.