11 things every Michigan taxpayer should know
Michigan legislators almost lowered the state income tax rate from 4.25 percent to 3.9 earlier this year, a move that would have cut about $1.1 billion in revenue a year from the state budget. They then considered a smaller cut, to 4.15 percent, which would remove about $250 million. For someone with $150,000 in state taxable income, the latter cut would save $150 annually.
Figure out how much this income-tax cut could save you: Put in your or your family’s Michigan taxable income to get an idea.