The City of East Lansing's income tax took effect on January 1, 2019. The tax will expire after 12 years and revenue from the tax will be dedicated for specific purposes: 20% for police and fire protection, 20% for infrastructure and 60% for supplemental payments for unfunded pension liabilities. Residents (working in East Lansing or another community) will pay a 1% tax and non-residents working in East Lansing will pay a 0.5% tax.
Individuals, partnerships and corporations that will be making monthly estimated payments can use the City of East Lansing's Estimated Payment Form (PDF).
EMPLOYER WITHHOLDING TOOL
After submitting their completed EL-SS-4, employers can use the City of East Lansing's new Employer Withholding Tool to set up their withholding tax account and complete their withholding tax reporting and payment.
INCOME TAX BOUNDARY MAPS
The City of East Lansing has created Income Tax Boundary Maps, which show the area where the income tax will be assessed.
INCOME TAX FACT SHEETS
View the City of East Lansing's income tax fact sheets for individuals and businesses: