address to mail form MI-8453

If I filed amy return with a pin via federal electronic filing, do I still need to print off the state form and send that in to the Michigan treasure with my signature?
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    You would mail it in.  From your state's website

    Where do I mail the MI-8453 form (Michigan Individual Income Tax Declaration for Electronic Filing)?  
       
    Answer:  
    If the MI-8453 is used to sign the e-file return and the return is e-filed by a tax preparer, Treasury recommends that the preparer retain it for six years. Do not mail this form to Treasury.

    If the MI-8453 is used to sign the e-file return and the return is e-filed by an individual taxpayer, the MI-8453 must be mailed within three (3) business days after receiving an acknowledgment from Michigan that the e-file return has been accepted.


    Michigan Electronic Filing Programs
    Michigan Department of Treasury
    PO Box 30679
    Lansing MI 48909-8179
    http://www.michigan.gov/taxes/0,4676,7-238-43715-153794--F,00.html
    • The previous answer for your question said that you would only send the form if you e-filed as an individual ...

      So with turbo tax, is turbo tax the "tax preparer" then, so we would NOT send the form, or are we considered filing as an individual?
    • TurboTax is not a Tax prepare, you are considered filing your return as self prepared (individual)
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