LANSING, MI -\u00a0Taxpayers who want to claim a state income tax refund from the 2014 tax year are running out of time, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.\r\nState law requires taxpayers to file a state income tax return and claim their refund within four years. This means individuals who have yet to file their 2014 state income tax return and claim their refund must do so before Monday, April 15, 2019.\r\n\u201cThis is a taxpayer\u2019s last chance to claim their 2014 state income tax refund,\u201d said Deputy State Treasurer Glenn White, who oversees Treasury\u2019s Tax Administration programs. \u201cTreasury wants to unite taxpayers with the dollars they are entitled to receive. Please don\u2019t miss the opportunity to claim your 2014 tax year refund.\u201d\r\nTaxpayers must complete the required\u00a02014 tax year forms\u00a0to claim their 2014 state income tax refund. Using an incorrect form will cause processing delays.\r\nTaxpayers who are missing W-2 and 1099 forms should contact current or previous employers.\r\nFor more information about state income taxes or to obtain the required forms, go to http:\/\/www.michigan.gov\/incometax\u00a0or follow\u00a0@MITreasury on Twitter.