Items Tagged with 'Taxes'
Quite often, I hear people complain (you know who you are) about having to pay quarterly estimates. This is especially true with taxpayers who are either self-employed or employed with multiple types of income, such as rents, flow-through income from S corporations or LLCs, interest, dividends or capital gains. Read More
As the calendar year changes, there are a few important tax return due date changes that should be on your radar, and we want to remind you of a few fringe-benefit reporting requirements. Read More
I have had the privilege and honor of serving on nonprofit boards and working with clients that supported many tax-exempt and charitable organizations. Read More
For more than two decades, Michigan has made lower taxes and smaller government its primary recipe for improving economic outcomes. Read More
Washington has adopted a tradition in recent years of allowing certain tax provisions to expire and then renewing them for a short period. Read More
When was the last time you saw a stock certificate or a deed to real estate in the collection basket on Sunday? Read More