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Michigan Tax

FULL List to Michigan Tax Forms

Individual Income Tax Forms

Form MI-1040 Individual Income Tax Return 

Form MI-1040X Amended Income Tax Return 

Corporate Income Tax Forms

Form 4567 Business Tax Annual Return 

Form 4583 Business Tax Simplified Return

Sales Tax Forms

Form 165 Annual Return for Sales, Use and Withholding Taxes

Form 388 Individual Seller Use Tax Return

Form 48 Individual Purchase Tax Return

Form 3372 Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Exemption

Form ST-11 Purchaser Sales Tax Refund Claim

Form Individual Use Tax Return

Property Tax Forms

Form MI-1040CR 2011 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim

Form MI-1040CR Homestead Property Tax Credit ( Veterans and Blind People)

Form L-4260 Property Transfer Affidavit

Form L-4033 Commercial Real Property Statement

Form L-4175 2012 Personal Property Statement

Form L-4182 Real Property Statement

When ascertaining what your tax refund will look like, one of the areas of Michigan taxes that you must familiarize yourself with is that of "household income," especially if you are a property owner. This is due to the fact that such an area of concern directly relates to your individual eligibility for "Homestead Property Tax Credit and Home Heating Credit." 

Individuals must be concise in their reporting of such information so as to ensure the absence of error, which will further along all appropriate stages connected to Michigan taxes. In addition to this, knowledge of separate taxes that accompany sales would also be advisable as a member of an economically-focused society.

As we determine household income, we must consider all income garnered by all adult residents in connection to the maintenance of the household. All of these amounts must have be taken from one whole tax year. 

Within this number will be the "adjusted gross income," which will encompass all federally taxable income. This is acquired from by subtracting the total deductions from the total gross income. Instances in which you may not be eligible for Home Heating or Property Tax credit according to Michigan law includes when you are being claimed as a dependent or are a student residing in on-campus housing. In reference to sales taxes within the state of Michigan, all retailers and vendors are required to possess a "sales tax license" in order to proceed with their operations. 

Michigan does not maintain separate sales taxes for locales or municipalities, but rather place a statewide sales tax percentage of 6%. Since "wholesalers" are not selling to "final consumers," and instead are dealing with other retailers, they are not required by law to acquire a sale tax license. They may only need to file for exemptions, specifying that they are procuring for "resale at wholesale." Contractors are also exempt from sales tax licenses since they are the final customers. In addition, tools used in the creation of non-profit establishments such as that of hospitals or places of residence are also free from any tax requirements.

Specific products that garner interest within the venue of sales tax include that of fuel and tobacco purchases. When concerning the purchasing of cigarettes and other tobacco-infused products, it is important to know that it is illegal under Michigan state law for an individual to buy such products by mail or online if sellers are not licensed by the state. 

It is equally illegal for individuals to possess untaxed tobacco products. In terms of fuel taxes, specifications exist based upon the distinction between biodiesel and ethanol mixtures. For example, tax rates for diesel, which contains 5% biodiesel found a hike of 15 cents per gallon while gasoline with at least 70% ethanol saw an increase in 19 cents per gallon in 2008. 

Refunds may be garnered for fuel use if any of the following qualifications are satisfied. These include, but are not limited to, the following: use of fuel by the federal/state/local government, use by private/non-profit/parochial schools for buses with the express purpose of conveying students from schools to other school-related activities, or for means other than that of the use of a motor vehicle on public roads. Knowledge of such details attached to Michigan tax law is vital to a complete understanding of how the state must function.