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Deal ends legal challenge over tourism room tax

October 13, 2017
| By AP
GLEN ARBOR — A tourism bureau in Michigan will stop collecting a room tax from two inns after a lawsuit challenged whether the levy was legal. Read More

Overseas cigarette shipment turns costly

September 29, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — A Michigan man who sent thousands of cigarettes to a friend overseas appears to be on the hook for thousands of dollars in taxes. Read More

Is that business lunch of yours tax deductible?

August 25, 2017
I am old enough to remember the banter about three-martini business lunches and the ability for a business to claim a deduction for such lunches for tax return purposes. Read More

On the chopping block: Tax deductions on retirement funds

May 12, 2017
The new administration is considering tax reform that would exclude tax deductibility for 401(k) and other retirement vehicles. Read More

It’s a long time coming for US tax code changes

May 12, 2017
Spring is in the air, as is tax reform. Read More

Using IRAs to invest in unconventional assets

April 14, 2017
April brings more than showers. Read More

Two tax areas to watch if considering transfer of business

February 17, 2017
Thinking about transferring your family business interests or other assets this year? Read More

History suggests tax legislation is coming

December 9, 2016
The dust has started to settle following the elections Nov. 8. Read More

Find the sweet spot to maximize profit

December 2, 2016
The first thought that comes to mind when you say CPA in December to a small business owner is tax planning — absolutely necessary and needs to be done. Read More

Know your tax pro limits; be wary of advertisements

October 28, 2016
It is time to start thinking about year-end tax planning and preparing for the 2016 filing season. Read More