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Treasury: State Offices Closed on Presidents Day

The Michigan Department of Treasury (Treasury) reminds taxpayers that state of Michigan offices will be closed in observance of Presidents Day on Monday, Feb. 19.

Taxpayers with questions about their state individual income taxes before, during and after Presidents Day are encouraged to consider using Treasury eServices. The Treasury portal enables taxpayers to ask state individual income tax-related questions when convenient and avoids waiting for a customer service representative to answer your call.

"eServices provides taxpayers an online option for asking questions before and after the Presidents Day phone surge," said Deputy State Treasurer Kavita Kale, who oversees Treasury's Revenue Services programs. “Taxpayers can view tax history, submit documentation and ask questions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It’s also a great platform for checking the status of their state individual income tax refunds."

The eServices platform enables taxpayers to check the status of state tax refunds, ask general and specific questions, change addresses, request a copy of a check or tax return, and see the status of letters sent to Treasury.

To ensure taxpayer privacy and security, the following information is required when using Treasury eServices:

  • Primary Filer's Social Security Number (SSN)
  • Primary Filer's Last Name
  • Tax Year
  • Filing Status
  • Adjusted Gross Income or Total Household Resources

Taxpayers can find their Adjusted Gross Income on line 10 of the MI-1040. Total Household Resources are found on line 33 on the MI-1040CR or line 37 on the MI-1040CR-7.

To get started with Treasury eServices, go to and click on "IIT eService."

Free Tax Help

Individuals with low income, disabilities or who are 60 years of age or older may qualify for free tax preparation help from IRS-certified volunteers. For information about free tax help, go to or dial 2-1-1.

Additional free tax help can be found at

To learn more about Michigan's individual income tax, go to or follow Treasury on X, formerly Twitter, or on LinkedIn.