Michigan E-file 2012
Your 2012 income tax return may be e-filed beginning January 30, 2013. In addition, 2010 and 2011 income tax returns may be e-filed when supported by the software.
However, there are some delays in IRS tax return processing, which could impact your ability to file your return.
E-filing is still the fastest and most efficient method of filing your Michigan tax return. Filing a paper return will result in slower processing. Filing more than one return for the same tax year, either by paper or e-file could delay your refund.
The State of Michigan is working with software developers and tax preparers to encourage taxpayers to e-file their income tax returns. E-filing is the fastest, easiest, most convenient way to your refund, and choosing e-file helps save Michigan taxpayer dollars. More than two-thirds (over 3.6 million) of Michigan taxpayers chose e-file last year.
Instant calculations make sure your return contains no math errors.
E-filed returns are usually processed within 14 business days. Paper returns take longer to process. Please allow 14 days before checking the status of your e-filed return using the Michigan Department of Treasury's
“Check My Income Tax Info”
File now, pay later!
Even if you owe tax, you can e-file now and mail your payment by April 15, 2013.
Saves Michigan taxpayer dollars!
E-filed returns cost 83% less to process than paper returns.
E-file. Good for you. Good for Michigan.