Because Treasury has started issuing the expanded Michigan EITC supplemental check payments for tax year 2022, it is no longer necessary to view or manually update your address. If you moved between last year and now, please be sure your new address is on your 2023 individual income tax return filing.
Reports & Legal Resources
Tax Policy Communication
Reports on the various taxes that the Department of Treasury administers as well as Treasury's annual reports and other revenue and budget reports.
Internal Policy Directives
Internal Policy Directives are prepared to provide guidance to department staff to insure uniformity in tax administration.
Revenue Administrative Bulletins
A Revenue Administrative Bulletin (RAB) is a directive issued by the Bureau of Tax Policy. Its purpose is to promote uniform application of tax laws throughout the State by the Bureau of Tax Policy personnel and provide information and guidance to taxpayers.
The various Divisions of the Department of Treasury are guided by State statutes, Administrative Rules, court cases, Revenue Administrative Bulletins, State Tax Commission Bulletins, Internal Policy Directives, and Letter Rulings.
A Letter Ruling is formal correspondence that expresses the position of the Department on one or more specific tax matters. A Letter Ruling sets forth the Department’s position on a particular tax issue related to a specific future transaction. It provides the requesting taxpayer with assurance regarding the tax consequences of a that transaction. As provided in MCL 205.6a(1), other taxpayers may rely on a Letter Ruling issued after September 30, 2006. Such reliance, however, is limited to the specific facts and issues addressed in the Letter Ruling, and is subject to subsequent changes in law or written revocation. Letter Rulings are edited to remove any identifying taxpayer information.
Technical Advice Letters
A Technical Advice Letter is informal correspondence issued in response to a request from a taxpayer for technical assistance with respect to one or more specific tax matters. Technical Advice Letters can be, but are not necessarily, prospective in nature. Only the taxpayer identified in a Technical Advice Letter may rely upon the letter. Because of the volume of Technical Advice Letters issued each year and their more informal nature, only Technical Advice Letters issued by the Tax Policy Division of the Bureau of Tax Policy will be published on the Department’s website. Published Technical Advice Letters are edited to remove any identifying taxpayer information.
Taxpayer rights, responsibilities, and administrative rules.