The work and stress that come along with tax day can be worth it if you have a tax refund coming.

Find out how to track the status of your money if you have a tax refund coming from the State of Michigan.

The Michigan Department of Treasury says you will need a few things to track the status of your tax refund: Social Security number, filing status, Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) or Total Household Resources (THR) and tax year.

You can check your refund status 14 days from the date that confirmation was received if you e-filed. Paper filers can see their status between 6 and 8 weeks after the postmark date.

Enter your info and check your refund status here.

All individual income tax returns must be e-filed or postmarked by Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

Last year, more than 4 million Michigan taxpayers e-filed and had their refunds directly deposited into their bank accounts.

After Feb. 1, limited quantities of printed tax forms will be available at public libraries, U.S. Post Offices in northern Michigan, Department of Health and Human Services county offices and Treasury Field Offices.

Seniors and individuals with functional needs may qualify for free tax preparation help from IRS-trained volunteers or Tax Counseling for the Elderly preparers. Get more information here or dial 2-1-1.