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Items Tagged with 'Taxes'
This summer offered some nice distractions that diverted our attention from other events — perhaps for the better. Now it is time to get back to reality. Read More
They want the financial burden shifted back to businesses.
LANSING — Michigan is still catching up after the Great Recession crashed the economy — and for most residents, the 2011 rewrite of the state tax code made things worse, Democratic legislators say. Read More
County and GRCC opt out of tax capture for Westside Corridor Improvement District.
Two taxing authorities that rely on property tax revenues — Kent County government and Grand Rapids Community College — opted out recently from Grand Rapids’ newest economic development initiative zone, the Westside Corridor Improvement District. Read More
For most of us (or perhaps all of us), writing checks to the IRS does not make our Top Ten list of things we look forward to. Read More
Washington is fond of studies and reports. Read More
On Aug. 5, Michigan voters elected to repeal Michigan’s personal property tax, or PPT. What does this mean for Michigan businesses? Read More
As the material participation debate continues to ripen, taxpayers and tax professionals are provided with the sweet taste of clarity surrounding the question of whether a trust may materially participate in a trade or business. Read More
I spent the last week of September in Canada attending the BDO Canada tax conference. Read More
A Grand Rapids-area jeweler has pleaded guilty to willfully filing a false corporate tax return, according to U.S. Attorney Patrick A. Miles, Jr. Read More