TaxBandits supports the filing of Form W-2 with both the Federal and State of Michigan.
A. Yes, the Michigan Department of Treasury mandates the filing of the W2 Forms even if there is no state tax withholding.
A. Yes. The state of Michigan requires additional forms to file along with Form W2.
Michigan has an additional Form 5081 (Annual Withholding Taxes) to be sent only if there is a state tax withheld.
A. Form 5081 is the Annual Reconciliation Form used to report the total income taxes withheld from employees. Also, it is used to claim an overpayment refund or pay if the taxes are underpaid.
A. The filing due date to file Form W2 is January 31 and Form 5081 with the state of Michigan is February 28.
A. The State of Michigan suggests filing electronically if you are submitting 250 or more W2s.
A. A penalty of $10 will be imposed per day for Form W2 not filed on time with the state of Michigan.