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The average Michiganian is taxed at a rate of 1.62% for property, a maximum of 4.25% for income and 6.00% for sales. Compared to the national averages Michigan earns a score of poor 👎 for property taxes, good 👍 for income taxes and good 👍 for combined local and state sales tax. Quick links to regions of Michigan with predicted increasing and decreasing valuations.
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Daily state facts: Michigan has a unique shape with a large upper penninsula region. The upper and lower regions are divided by the connection of the great Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Today Michigan is connected by the Mackinaw bridge. However, at the time Michigan applied for statehood the upper penninsula area was provided as appeasement to Michigan in consesion for the area around Toledo. Factions in Michigan did not want to give up the valuable Toledo area and "The Toledo War" ensued. Andrew Jackson, America's 7th president, helped to arbitrate the conflict. Toledo became part of Ohio and no lives were lost in the conflict.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Michigan employment in August 2020 was 4,916,316, unemployment was 428,470 or 8.7% of total jobs.
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