Taxpayers can receive state income tax answers through Treasury Self-Serve

Taxpayers can ask questions 24-hours a day, seven days a week

LANSING – Michigan taxpayers with questions about their state income taxes can receive answers online through Treasury Self-Serve, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.

Treasury Self-Serve enables taxpayers to check the status of tax refunds, ask general and specific questions, change addresses and see the status of letters sent to the state Treasury Department. The online platform is the convenient way for taxpayers to ask state income tax-related questions, with responses typically given within 24 to 48 hours.

“If you have a question about your state income taxes, please use Treasury Self-Serve to get your answers,” said Deputy State Treasurer Glenn White, head of Treasury’s Tax Administration Group. “Taxpayers can ask questions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

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

  • Social Security number;
  • Tax year;
  • Filing status; and
  • Adjusted Gross Income or Total Household Resources.

Individuals can find their AGI on line 10 of the MI-1040. Total Household Resources are found on line 33 on the MI-1040CR or line 34 on the MI-1040CR-7.

To get started with Treasury Self-Serve, go to www.michigan.gov/incometax and click on “Where’s My Refund?” within the left column.

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