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Where do I fill out the information for the Michigan Home Heating credit?

 
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Where do I fill out the information for the Michigan Home Heating credit?

You complete the information for this in the Michigan State Tax Return. Under the section "Michigan Credits & Taxes" you will start Home Heating Credit. There will be several questions about your situation. 

In case you don't know, here are the qualifications for this credit:

You can claim this credit if your household income is low, depending on the number of exemptions you claim on your return, and you paid home heating bills between November, 2017, and October, 2018. The maximum eligible household income is:

  $13,357 if you claim none or one exemption on your tax return

  $18,129 if you claim two exemptions
  $22,871 if you claim three exemptions
  $27.614 if you claim four exemptions
  $32,386 if you claim five exemptions
  $37,129 if you claim six exemptions

The maximum household income of $37,129 increases by $4,743 for each exemption you claim over six.

You may qualify for an alternate credit if your household income isn't over $14,472 and you claim none or one exemption if your household income isn't over $19,475 and you claim two exemptions or if your household income isn't over $24,483 if you claim 3 exemptions or if your household income isn't over $24,918 and you claim 4 or more exemptions.

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Where do I fill out the information for the Michigan Home Heating credit?

You complete the information for this in the Michigan State Tax Return. Under the section "Michigan Credits & Taxes" you will start Home Heating Credit. There will be several questions about your situation. 

In case you don't know, here are the qualifications for this credit:

You can claim this credit if your household income is low, depending on the number of exemptions you claim on your return, and you paid home heating bills between November, 2017, and October, 2018. The maximum eligible household income is:

  $13,357 if you claim none or one exemption on your tax return

  $18,129 if you claim two exemptions
  $22,871 if you claim three exemptions
  $27.614 if you claim four exemptions
  $32,386 if you claim five exemptions
  $37,129 if you claim six exemptions

The maximum household income of $37,129 increases by $4,743 for each exemption you claim over six.

You may qualify for an alternate credit if your household income isn't over $14,472 and you claim none or one exemption if your household income isn't over $19,475 and you claim two exemptions or if your household income isn't over $24,483 if you claim 3 exemptions or if your household income isn't over $24,918 and you claim 4 or more exemptions.

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