Items Tagged with 'Taxes'


Tax reporting company acquires software provider

October 1, 2019
A local supplier of wage and income tax reporting products and services has acquired a similar company on the East Coast. Read More

Accounting for the cannabis industry: Prepare yourself for tax scrutiny

September 30, 2019
In light of the recent legalization of recreational cannabis in Michigan, the industry is rapidly growing and changing. Business owners and entrepreneurs are seeing the infinite opportunities, but they should be aware of the many risk areas to avoid fallout. Read More

Accounting firm appoints managing partner

February 4, 2019
The local office of a national accounting firm has named a new managing partner. Read More

A guide to the new QBI deduction

January 14, 2019
The qualified business income (QBI) deduction was created by the federal tax overhaul, which was signed into law in December 2017. It's a strong tool in reducing your tax liability, but calculating the deduction can be tricky. Regardless, it's important to consider when deciding to operate your business as a C corporation or pass-through entity. Read More

Collaborating as advisors to help clients

October 30, 2018
Leading a financially healthy life and ensuring funds are allocated appropriately is not a job for just one person. Utilizing a team of advisors and professionals is the best strategy to ensure all aspects of one’s financial landscape work hand in glove. Read More

State auctioning foreclosed properties

August 22, 2018
| By AP
LANSING — Public auctions of more than 250 foreclosed properties in Michigan are underway. Read More

Universal Forest investing tax savings in employee benefits

February 27, 2018
Universal Forest Products is planning to spend one-third of its savings from federal tax reform on a more customized array of employee benefits. Read More

Steel company giving bonuses after tax reform

February 8, 2018
A local steel distributor is issuing bonuses to its employees after the recent federal tax overhaul. Read More

Real estate firm issuing bonuses after tax reform

February 6, 2018
A real estate firm in the area is offering bonuses to all employees as a result of the recent federal tax overhaul. Read More

Estimated tax payments — a necessary evil

February 28, 2017
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