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My guess is that the odds favor neither state finding this error. So waiting for a contact from one state or the other is likely to be a very long wait indeed.

I would wait until you get the NY refund before filing the amended return with them - just to make sure there isn't something else on your return that caught their immediate attention. (Not very likely, but you never know.)

For MI, they will probably be fine with you paying a "stupidity" tax and leaving the return alone. But to amend NY, you'll need to put together a corrected MI return that figures out the correct amount of MI tax. And if you've done that, you may as well file it and get the few bucks back from MI.

--Peter
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