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Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People
2016 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2

Reset Form Michigan Department of Treasury (Rev. 05-16), Page 1 of 3 Issued under authority of Public Act 281 of 1967, as amended. 2016 MICHIGAN Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2 Type or print in blue or black ink. Print numbers like this: 0123456789 - NOT like this: 1. Filer’s First Name M.I. Last Name If a Joint Return, Spouse’s First Name M.I. Last Name 14 Attachment 06 2. Filer’s Full Social Security No. (Example: 123-45-6789) 3. Spouse’s Full Social Security No. (Example: 123-45-6789) Home Address (Number, Street, P.O. Box) If using a P.O. Box, you must complete line 34. City or Town State 5. 2016 FILING STATUS: Check one. a. Single 6. 2016 RESIDENCY STATUS: Married filing jointly b. Nonresident c. Married filing separately (Attach Form 5049) c. Part-Year Resident * 7. Check one of the following that applies to you: a. Blind and own your homestead 4. School District Code (5 digits - see p. 19) *If you checked box “c,” enter dates of Michigan residency in 2016. Enter dates as MM-DD-YYYY (Example: 04-15-2016). Check all that apply. a. Resident b. b. ZIP Code FILER c. SPOUSE FROM: 2016 2016 TO: 2016 2016 Surviving spouse of veteran deceased in service Veteran with service-connected disability or veteran’s surviving spouse *d. Active military, pensioned veteran or his/her surviving spouse Enter percent of disability: *e. Surviving spouse of a nondisabled or nonpensioned veteran of the Korean War, World War II, or World War I % * If you check “d” or “e” above and your Total Household Resources (line 32) are more than $7,500, you cannot claim a credit on this form. 8. Taxable value allowance from Table 2 ................................................................................................... 8. 00 9. Taxable Value of homestead. Homeowners: If greater than $135,000, STOP; you are not eligible.. 9. 00 10. Property Taxes levied on your home for 2016 (see instructions)........................................................... 10. 00 11. Percent of tax relief. Divide line 8 by line 9 (not to exceed 100%) ...................................................... 11. % 12. Multiply line 10 by line 11. Enter the result (maximum $1,200) ............................................................. 12. TOTAL HOUSEHOLD RESOURCES. If filing a joint return, include income from both spouses. If married filing separately, you must attach Form 5049 available on Treasury’s Web site. 00 13. Wages, salaries, tips, sick, strike and SUB pay, etc. ......................... 14. All interest and dividend income (including nontaxable interest)....... 15. Net business income (including net farm income). If negative enter “0” 16. Net royalty or rent income. If negative enter “0”. ...................... 17. Retirement pension, annuity, and IRA benefits. .................................. 18. Capital gains less capital losses (see instructions).. ......................... 19. Alimony and other taxable income Describe: ___________________ 13. 00 14. 00 15. 00 16. 00 17. 00 18. 00 19. 00 20. Social Security, SSI, and/or railroad retirement benefits. .. 21. Child support and foster parent payments received .... 22. Unemployment compensation. ...................... 23. Gifts or expenses paid on your behalf............................ 24. Other nontaxable income Describe: _______________ 25. Workers’/veterans’ disability compensation/pension benefits 26. FIP and other MDHHS benefits (Do not include food assistance) 27. SUBTOTAL. Add lines 13 through 26 ............................................................................. SUBTOTAL + 0000 2016 29 01 27 7 20. 00 21. 00 22. 00 23. 00 24. 00 25. 00 26. 00 27. 00 Continue on page 2. This form cannot be processed if pages 2 and 3 are not completed and attached. 2016 MI-1040CR-2, Page 2 of 3 Filer’s Full Social Security Number 28. Enter subtotal from line 27.................................................................................................................... 28. 29. Other adjustments (see instructions). Describe:________________________________________________ 29. 00 Medical insurance/HMO premiums you paid for you and your family 30. 30. 00 (see instructions). ................................................................................ 00 31. Add lines 29 and 30. ............................................................................................................................. 31. 32. TOTAL HOUSEHOLD RESOURCES. Subtract line 31 from line 28. If more than $50,000, STOP; you are not eligible for this credit. ..................................................... 32. 00 00 33. PROPERTY TAX CREDIT. (Maximum $1,200). Enter one of the following: a. FIP/MDHHS RECIPIENTS, enter amount from Worksheet on page 8. b. If line 32 is more than $41,000, see instructions and enter the reduced amount. c. ALL OTHERS, enter the amount from line 12. If you file an MI-1040, carry this amount to MI-1040, line 25................................................................ 33. 00 PART 1: HOMEOWNERS WHO MOVED IN 2016. Report on lines 34 and 35 the addresses and taxable values of the homesteads for which you are claiming a credit. Homesteads with a taxable value greater than $135,000 are not eligible for this credit. 34. Address where you lived on December 31, 2016, if different than reported on line 1. Taxable Value 35. Address of homestead sold (moved from) during 2016 (Number, Street, City, State, ZIP Code). Taxable Value Homeowners who moved during 2016, complete lines 36 through 44. If you also rented a homestead during 2016, complete lines 45 through 56. HOMESTEAD A. Moved Into B. Moved From 36. Number of days occupied (total cannot be more than 366).................................. 36. 37. Divide line 36 by 366 and enter percentage here ................................................. 37. 38. Property taxes levied for calendar year 2016 ....................................................... 38. 39. Prorated taxes. Multiply line 38 by percentage on line 37 .................................... 39. 40. Taxable value allowance (see Table 2)................................................................. 40. 41. Taxable value........................................................................................................ 41. 42. Divide line 40 by line 41 and enter percentage here ............................................ 42. 43. Prorated credit. Multiply line 39 by line 42. ......................................................... 43. Property tax credit. Add line 43 columns A and B. Enter here and on line 12. Part-year renters: do not carry to line 12; complete lines 45 through 56 instead. ................................ 44. % % % % 44. Veterans who rent or all other individuals who are not required to file an MI-1040 should continue to and complete page 3. + 0000 2016 29 02 27 5 2016 MI-1040CR-2, Page 3 of 3 Filer’s Full Social Security Number PART 2: RENTERS (Veterans Only) 45. A Address of Homestead You Rented (Number, Street, Apt. #, City, State, ZIP Code) B C D E Landowner’s Name and Address (City, State and ZIP Code) # Months Rented Monthly Rent (see instructions) Total Rent Paid 46. Total rent you paid (not more than 12 months). Add total rent for each period. ..................................... 47. Multiply line 46 by 20% (0.20). Service fee housing residents use 10% (0.10) (see instructions). Full-year renters, enter here and on line 10. .......................................................................................... 48. Multiply non-homestead property tax millage by 0.001 (see Credit Computation Examples in instructions) ............................................................................................................................................ 46. 00 47. 00 49. Full-year renters only, divide line 47 by line 48 to get your taxable value. Enter here and on line 9 ... 49. 00 50. Divide line 46 by the number of months you rented ............................................................................... 50. 00 51. Multiply line 50 by 12 months ................................................................................................................. 51. 00 52. Multiply line 51 by 20% (0.20). Service fee housing residents use 10% (0.10) (see instructions) ......... 52. 00 53. Divide line 52 by line 48 to get your taxable value. Enter here and on line 9......................................... 53. 00 54. Percent of tax relief. Divide line 8 by line 53........................................................................................... 54. % 55. Multiply line 47 by line 54 ....................................................................................................................... 55. 00 56. Add lines 44 and 55. Enter here and on line 12. .................................................................................... 56. 00 48. Part-year renters, complete lines 50 through 56 DIRECT DEPOSIT Deposit your refund directly to your financial institution! See instructions and complete a, b and c. Deceased Taxpayer. a. Routing Transit Number b. Account Number If Filer and/or Spouse died after December 31, 2015, enter dates below. ENTER DATE OF DEATH ONLY. Example: 04-15-2016 (MM-DD-YYYY) Filer c. Type of Account 1. Checking 2. Preparer Certification. I declare under penalty of perjury that this return is based on all information of which I have any knowledge. Preparer’s PTIN, FEIN or SSN Spouse Taxpayer Certification. I declare under penalty of perjury that the information in this return and attachments is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. Filer’s Signature Date Spouse’s Signature Date Preparer’s Name (print or type) Preparer’s Business Name, Address and Telephone Number By checking this box, I authorize Treasury to discuss my return with my preparer. If you are also filing Form MI-1040, attach this form behind it. If not, mail this form to: Michigan Department of Treasury, Lansing, MI 48956 + 0000 2016 29 03 27 3 Savings
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We last updated the Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People in February 2017, so this is the latest version of Form MI-1040CR-2, fully updated for tax year 2016. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form MI-1040CR-2 directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Michigan tax forms here.

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Michigan usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Michigan Form MI-1040CR-2 from the Department of Treasury in February 2017.

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Form MI-1040CR-2 is a Michigan Individual Income Tax form. States often have dozens of even hundreds of various tax credits, which, unlike deductions, provide a dollar-for-dollar reduction of tax liability. Some common tax credits apply to many taxpayers, while others only apply to extremely specific situations. In most cases, you will have to provide evidence to show that you are eligible for the tax credit, and calculate the amount of the credit to which you are entitled.

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 MI-1040CR-2

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2016 Form MI-1040CR-2

2016 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2

2015 Form MI-1040CR-2

2015 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2

2014 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2 2014 Form MI-1040CR-2

2014 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2

2013 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2 2013 Form MI-1040CR-2

2013 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People MI-1040CR-2

MI-1040CR-2, 2011 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People 2011 Form MI-1040CR-2

MI-1040CR-2, 2011 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim for Veterans and Blind People


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