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Michigan Free Printable Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049 for 2020 Michigan Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049

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Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049
Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049

Reset Form Michigan Department of Treasury 5049 (Rev. 05-19) Attachment 25 Issued under authority of Public Act 281 of 1967, as amended. MICHIGAN Married Filing Separately and Divorced or Separated Claimants Schedule, Form 5049 Filer’s First Name M.I. Tax Year (YYYY) Last Name Filer’s Full Social Security No. (Example: 123-45-6789) PART 1: MARRIED FILING SEPARATELY AND SHARED A HOMESTEAD DURING THE YEAR Skip to PART 3 if you are not including income from your spouse. Enter dates as MM-DD-YYYY. (Example: 04-15-2019) FROM: TO: 1. Provide the dates you and your spouse shared a homestead during the tax year. PART 2: INCOME BREAKDOWN Include only the portion of your income in column A and your spouse’s income in column B for the period of time the homestead was shared. A. Filer B. Spouse 2. Wages, salaries, tips, sick, strike and SUB pay, etc. ....................................................... 2. 00 00 3. All interest and dividend income (including nontaxable interest) ..................................... 3. 00 00 4. Net business income (including net farm income). If negative, enter “0”......................... 4. 00 00 5. Net royalty or rent income. If negative, enter “0”. ............................................................ 5. 00 00 6. Retirement, pension, annuity, and IRA benefits............................................................... 6. 00 00 7. Capital gains less capital losses. ..................................................................................... 7. 00 00 8. Alimony and other taxable income. Describe: _________________________________ 8. 00 00 9. Social Security, SSI, and/or railroad retirement benefits. ................................................ 9. 00 00 10. Child support and foster parent payments....................................................................... 10. 00 00 11. Unemployment compensation. ........................................................................................ 11. 00 00 12. Gifts received or expenses paid on your behalf .............................................................. 12. 00 00 13. Other nontaxable income. Describe: ________________________________________ 13. 00 00 14. Workers’/veterans’ disability compensation/pension benefits.......................................... 14. 00 00 15. FIP and other MDHHS benefits (do not include food assistance). .................................. 15. 00 00 16. Other adjustments. Describe: ____________________________________________ 16. 00 00 17. Medical insurance/HMO premiums you paid for you and your family ............................. 17. 00 00 18. Total. For each column, add lines 2 through 15 then subtract lines 16 and 17.............. 18. 00 00 PART 3: EXPLANATION (If you did not include income from your spouse, provide an explanation.) Instructions for Married Filing Separately and Divorced or Separated Claimants Schedule (Form 5049) This form is intended to assist you to correctly calculate total household resources for the Homestead Property Tax Credit (MI-1040CR or MI-1040CR-2) or Home Heating Credit (MI-1040CR-7) when married filing separately or divorced during the tax year. Instructions for the income breakdown can be found in the following booklets: MI-1040, MI-1040CR-2 or MI-1040CR-7. Example 1 Jackie and John are married filing separately and maintained separate homesteads all year. Jackie is filing for a Homestead Property Tax Credit. Since they did not share a homestead during the year she would not need to include John’s income and would skip to Part 3 of Form 5049. She would complete the explanation box in Part 3 indicating that she maintained a separate homestead all year. Example 2 Karl and Cathy separated on October 2, 2019. Cathy continued to live in the home and Karl moved to an apartment on October 2. They file federal and State returns as married filing separately. • Cathy earned $20,000 of wages evenly throughout the year. • Karl earned $25,000 of wages evenly throughout the year. • They lived together for 274 days. Step 1: Calculate the prorated total household resources for each spouse for the 274 days they lived together. Divide each spouse’s total income by 365 days, then multiply that figure by 274. Cathy ($20,000/365) x 274 = $15,014 Karl ($25,000/365) x 274 = $18,767 Karl’s Form 5049 When completing Part 1, Karl would enter 01-01-2019 in the FROM box and enter 10-01-2019 in the TO box. He would continue to Part 2 and would enter his income for the period the homestead was shared on line 2 in column A, which would be $18,767. He would enter Cathy’s income for the period the homestead was shared on line 2 in column B, which would be $15,014. Karl would total columns A and B on line 18. Cathy’s Form 5049 When completing Part 1, Cathy would enter 01-01-2019 in the FROM box and enter 10-01-2019 in the TO box. She would continue to Part 2 and would enter her income for the period the homestead was shared on line 2 in column A, which would be $15,014. She would enter Karl’s income for the period the homestead was shared on line 2 in column B, which would be $18,767. Cathy would total columns A and B on line 18. Step 2: Before continuing to their Homestead Property Tax Credit claims, Karl and Cathy would review the example under “Separated or Divorced in 2019” in the MI-1040 Instruction Book as well as Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credits for Separated or Divorced Taxpayers (Form 2105). Example 3 Ron and Tabatha are married filing separately and shared a homestead for the entire year. The couple decides that Ron will claim the Homestead Property Tax Credit and Tabatha will not. • Ron earned $25,000 of wages for the year. • Tabatha earned $7,000 of wages for the year and $500 of interest. When completing Part 1 of Form 5049, Ron would enter 01-01-2019 in the FROM box and 12-31-2019 in the TO box. In column A, Ron would enter $25,000 on line 2, representing the income he earned while they shared a homestead (the entire year), and $25,000 on line 18. In column B, he would report $7,000 of Tabatha’s wages on line 2 and $500 of her interest on line 3, representing the income she earned while they shared a homestead (the entire year). Ron would total column B and enter $7,500 on line 18. He would carry the amount from line 18, column B, to the “Other nontaxable income” line on his MI-1040CR with a description of “Form 5049.” He would check the box for “Married filing separately” on his MI-1040CR.
Extracted from PDF file 2019-michigan-form-5049.pdf, last modified January 2014

More about the Michigan Form 5049 Individual Income Tax TY 2019

This form is to be filled out by those who are married and filing separately and for those who are divorced. Form 5049 requires you to list multiple forms of income, such as wages, interest, or alimony .

We last updated the Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049 in March 2020, so this is the latest version of Form 5049, fully updated for tax year 2019. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form 5049 directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Michigan tax forms here.

Other Michigan Individual Income Tax Forms:

TaxFormFinder has an additional 97 Michigan income tax forms that you may need, plus all federal income tax forms.

Form Code Form Name
Schedule W Withholding Tax Schedule
Form MI-1040CR Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim
Form MI-1040 Individual Income Tax Return
Form MI-1040CR-7 Home Heating Credit Claim
Form MI-1040ES Estimated Individual Income Tax Voucher

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Michigan usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Michigan Form 5049 from the Department of Treasury in March 2020.

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About the Individual Income Tax

The IRS and most states collect a personal income tax, which is paid throughout the year via tax withholding or estimated income tax payments.

Most taxpayers are required to file a yearly income tax return in April to both the Internal Revenue Service and their state's revenue department, which will result in either a tax refund of excess withheld income or a tax payment if the withholding does not cover the taxpayer's entire liability. Every taxpayer's situation is different - please consult a CPA or licensed tax preparer to ensure that you are filing the correct tax forms!

Historical Past-Year Versions of Michigan Form 5049

We have a total of six past-year versions of Form 5049 in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:


2019 Form 5049

Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049

2018 Form 5049

Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049

2017 Form 5049

Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049

2016 Form 5049

Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049

2015 Form 5049

Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049

Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049 2014 Form 5049

Worksheet for Married, Filing Separately and Divorced 5049


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