Michigan Tax Laws
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Taxes are collected at the federal, state, and local levels in several ways -- including income tax, sales tax, and special taxes on things like alcohol and tobacco. Michigan uses tax revenue to pay for state highways and infrastructure projects; public schools; the court system; regulatory agencies; and other matters that impact the lives of people living in Michigan. Taxes allow the state to provide essential services and maintain order. Click on a link below to learn more about state tax laws, including taxes related to gambling and other businesses.
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