Items Tagged with 'Rhoades McKee'
State Supreme Court says charging fees for services does not necessarily disqualify nonprofits from tax exemptions.
The Michigan Supreme Court has clarified one of the guidelines under which charitable organizations may qualify for real and personal property tax exemptions. Read More
Guidance requires written practice agreements between doctors and physician assistants, gives PAs option to prescribe controlled substances.
A new law will expand the scope of possibility for care providers, such as Libby Anderson, a physician assistant at Spectrum Health. Read More
Local attorney advises employers to find out if their contractors, temps qualify for employee benefits.
Employers are finding out based on recent actions by federal regulatory agencies the question, “Who qualifies as my employee?” may not be as straightforward as it appears. Read More
New law going into effect in spring 2017 could increase confusion for taxpayers.
A rash of IRS scams has transpired recently, and two area attorneys said a new law going into effect in spring 2017 could make it harder for taxpayers to know if they are being targeted by a scammer. Read More