New Michigan Flow-Through Entity Tax: Putting It to Work for You

  • On-Demand Webcast

In December 2021, Michigan amended the Income Tax Act to enact a flow-through entity tax. Retroactive to tax years beginning on or after Jan.1, 2021, the law allows eligible entities to make a valid election, and file and pay tax at the entity level giving a deduction against entity taxable income. Owners can claim a refundable tax credit against the flow-through income — providing an opportunity for significant tax savings by deducting state and local taxes normally restricted by threshold limits at the individual level. Watch this on-demand webcast to help you understand the benefits this new law brings to business owners. You’ll gain insight on:

  • Key elements of the new law
  • Eligible entities
  • How to make the election
  • Important filing and payment deadlines
  • Claiming the credit on the Form MI-1040
  • Illustrative examples on how the deduction works

Learning Objectives

  • Understand key elements of the new law.
  • Recognize the tax benefits to business owners.
  • Identify reporting and payment requirements.


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