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You can get fast answers about your refund by using the Where’s My Refund? tool available on IRS.gov and through the IRS2Go mobile app. All you need is your Social Security number, tax filing status and the exact amount of your refund.

IRS accept full and partial payments, including payments toward a payment plan (including installment agreement). Penalties and interest will continue to grow until you pay the full balance.

You can check your refund status online.

Please allow the appropriate time to pass before checking your refund status: 

E-filed Returns: Allow 2 weeks from the date you received confirmation that your e-filed state return was accepted before checking for information.

Paper filed Returns: Allow 6 weeks before checking for information.

To ensure your privacy and security, the following information is required:

 

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

          e-Payments Can Be Made For The Following:

  • Payment for tax due on the 2022 MI-1040
  • Payment in response to a 2022 Proposed Tax Due letter sent to you by the Michigan Department of Treasury
  • Michigan Estimated Income Tax for Individuals MI-1040ES
    Select the payment type 2023 Estimate
    • Estimated payments will apply to the quarter in which they are received. Any payment received after the due date will apply to the following quarter.
      2023 Quarterly Estimate due dates:
      • 1st Quarter April 18, 2023
      • 2nd Quarter June 15, 2023
      • 3rd Quarter September 15, 2023
      • 4th Quarter January 16, 2024
  • Michigan Individual Income Tax Extension
    Select the payment type 2022 Extension
    • An extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay
    • Late filing penalty and interest will accrue on the unpaid tax from the original due date of the return

2022 tax filing season begins Jan. 24; IRS outlines refund timing and what to expect in advance of April 18 tax deadline

In 2021, the tax brackets as charged by a percentage of taxable income. 

In 2022 tax year, the IRS has released updated income tax bracket figures. Here are the new 2022 Individual Income Tax brackets.

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