How Much Is Michigan Per Year
In Michigan, adjusted gross income (which is gross income minus certain deductions) is based on federal adjusted gross income. However, taxpayers in Michigan can also claim the state personal exemption, which is $4,900 ($9,800 for joint filers). The living wage shown is the hourly rate that an individual in a household must earn to support his or herself and their family. The assumption is the sole provider is working full-time (2080 hours per year). The tool provides information for individuals, and households.
The Michigan minimum wage was last changed in 2008, when it was raised $2.47 from $7.40 to $9.87. The current minimum wage in Michigan is $9.87 per hour. The tipped wage is $3.75. Minors 16-17 years of age may be paid 85% of the minimum hourly.