Last week, the Internal Revenue Service announced that the due date for filing 2020 individual federal income tax returns and paying any tax due with the 2020 return is now Monday, May 17.
To align with this decision for federal taxes, the Michigan Department of Treasury extended the state tax filing deadline to May 17, 2021. First-quarter estimates for tax year 2021 remain due on April 15. The extension does not apply to fiduciary returns or corporate returns, or city income taxes.
The extended filing and payment due date to May 17 is automatic. Taxpayers do not need to file any additional forms or contact the Michigan Department of Treasury to qualify.
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