Michigan State Tax Refund Status

Michigan Department of Treasury

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 Michigan State Tax Refund Status Information
The Michigan Department of Treasury offers the following services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Note: To get return information using the "Internet" and "Telephone" options below, you must have the primary filer’s Social Security number and adjusted gross income or household income.

Allow at least two weeks from the date you receive an acknowledgment that your Michigan return was accepted before calling this number.

Internet: Michigan State Tax Refund Status

Telephone: 1-517-373-3200

You can access the Department of Treasury Web site or call the Computerized Return Information System (CRIS) to:
(1) check the date Treasury is currently processing returns
(2) check if your refund has been issued, and when, for the current year and three prior years
(3) ask Treasury a question
(4) check estimated payments
(5) request copies of returns filed, and
(6) order copies of current and prior year tax forms.

A list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) is also available.

Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TTY) is available 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., EST, Monday - Friday. Deaf, hearing- or speech-impaired persons may call 517-636-4486 for assistance.

If you or your spouse owes a debt to the State of Michigan or to a third party that is requiring the state to retain all or part of the refund, Treasury must satisfy this debt before issuing your refund. Examples of third party debts Treasury must satisfy include child support arrearages and debts covered by a garnishment served against the tax refund or credit. If this situation occurs, you will receive a letter stating the tax refund amount and to which debt it was applied. Depending upon the amount of the debt, there could be no remaining state tax refund.

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