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Reducing your Michigan property taxes - 2012 property tax appeals *

USA - January 10 2012
As a result of the condition of the national and local economies, as well as other factors, real estate values in Michigan are still at an all-time low while property taxes continue to increase.

Co-authors: Wayne D. Roberts, Sherrill D. Wolford, Shaun M. Johnson, William C. Lentine, Carl Rashid, Jr. .


Further appeals of property-classification decisions now allowed! *

USA - May 31 2011
The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that taxpayers have the right to appeal to the Michigan circuit courts property-classification decisions made by the State Tax Commission (STC)(Midland Cogeneration Venture, LP, et al v State Tax Commission).

Co-authors: Brian J. Page, Wayne D. Roberts, Sherrill D. Wolford, Shaun M. Johnson.


Reducing your Michigan property taxes: deadline for 2011 property tax appeals *

USA - February 11 2011
In today's challenging economic climate, it is now more important than ever to review your current tax liabilities.

Co-authors: Wayne D. Roberts, Sherrill D. Wolford, Shaun M. Johnson, Douglas S. Parker.


Reducing your Michigan property taxes: deadline for 2010 property tax appeals *

USA - February 9 2010
In today's challenging economic climate, it is now more important than ever to review your current tax liabilities.

Co-authors: Wayne D. Roberts, Sherrill D. Wolford, Shaun M. Johnson.