Michigan Brackets and Rates

You can prepare and e-File your current Michigan Income Taxes here on eFile.com together with your Federal Income Tax Return. Information on how to only file a Michigan State Income Return.  Additional State of Michigan income tax forms, tax brackets and rates by tax year are listed here.

You can complete and sign the tax forms for previous MI Tax Years, before you mail them to the MI Department of Treasury. For Federal or IRS back taxes access the tax forms here. The State Michigan mailing address is listed on this page.

Links to Michigan income tax return information and other related features (e.g. tax extension, amendment, etc.) are below.

Michigan Income Tax Returns

Michigan Income Taxes
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Income Tax Brackets, Rates, Income Ranges, and Estimated Taxes Due

Here you can find how your Michigan based income is taxed at a flat rate. When you prepare your return on eFile.com this is all calculated for you based on your income.

Michigan Tax Brackets for Tax Year 2023

Michigan is taxed at a flat tax rate of 4.05% for all levels of income.

Michigan Tax Brackets for Tax Year 2022

Michigan was taxed at a flat tax rate of 4.25% for all levels of income.

Michigan Tax Brackets for Tax Year 2021

Michigan was taxed at a flat tax rate of 4.25% for all levels of income.

Michigan Standard and Itemized Deductions

Michigan taxpayers qualify for a $5,000 exemption per taxpayer on Michigan tax returns. The eFile tax app applies these amounts on Michigan tax returns prepared on eFile.com.

If you were born after 1946 and have reached the age of 67 (you are considered to have reached the age of 67 the day before your 67th birthday and not after the current Tax Year ) you can deduct the following amounts all your tax year income (including retirement and pension income - via pension schedule Form 4884). This deduction is referred to as the Michigan Standard Deduction:

  • $20,000 *) for a single or married filing separate return
  • $40,000 *) for a married filing joint return

Michigan does not have itemized deductions.

*) These amounts may have additional limitations for retirement and pension beneficiaries using the Tier Structure Subtraction