Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit, Form MI-1040CR, line 26, Medical Insurance premiums you paid.

Shouldn't Medicare B and D premiums you paid be carried from the Federal Return to the above mentioned line on the Michigan MI-1040CR?
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    You can find more details at this URL
    http://www.michigan.gov/taxes/0,1607,7-238-43535_43538-228583--,00.html

    but below is a portion from the page

    POST TAX MEDICARE PREMIUMS

    Post tax Medicare premiums that are paid out of your pocket   (not deducted from your Social Security or pension) may be deducted from household income to compute applicable credits. This applies to the following types of coverage:

    Medicare Part A - Hospital Insurance
    Medicare Part B - Medical Insurance
    Medicare Part C - Medicare Advantage Program
    Medicare Part D - Prescription Drug coverage


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