According to a press release from the Office of Mayor Andy Schor, it was announced on March 27 that the City of Lansing has extended its 2019 income tax filing deadline from April 30 to July 31.
"It's important that we make sure people have enough time to file their income taxes with the City of Lansing," Schor said. "Extending the deadline ... gives people the ability to use their federal income tax information when filing."
The IRS has also extended the federal tax-filing from April 15 to July 15. They will be waiving penalties and interest on tax payments.
Income tax payments can be made:
In person: Payments can be dropped off into the Treasury and Income Tax drop box located on the Capitol Avenue side of City Hall (124 W. Michigan Ave.)
By mail: Payments can be sent via regular mail to Lansing City Treasurer, P.O. Box 40752. Lansing, MI 48901
Online: Payments can be made online. Residents will need their file number or the last four digits of their social security number in order to complete their payment this way. Checking account payments and credit card payments are accepted.
Phone: Credit card payments can be made by calling 1-855-474-4076. If assistance is needed to complete the process, residents can call Point & Pay's Customer Service Department.
Payment Plans/Arrest Warrants/Settlement Agreements: 517-483-4103
Additional Questions: 517-483-4115
"I appreciate everyone's continued cooperation as we adjust city services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic," Schor said.
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