The Michigan (MI) state sales tax rate is currently 6%, ranking 16th-highest in the U.S. It's a statewide sales and use tax. There are no additional sales taxes imposed by local jurisdictions in Michigan. The average combined tax rate is 6%, ranking 38th in the US.
Use tax is due when a person purchases a good from outside of Michigan and the retailer hasn't charged sales tax in their jurisdiction.
In Michigan, food and food ingredients and prescription drugs are exempt from sales and use tax.
Michigan participates in the Streamlined Sales Tax Project (SSTP).