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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, Shaun M. Johnson, William C. Lentine, Carl Rashid, Jr. , Douglas J. Fryer .


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, Shaun M. Johnson, Douglas J. Fryer .


Michigan corporate income tax enacted to replace the Michigan business tax *

USA - May 25 2011
On May 25, 2011, Governor Snyder signed three tax bills into law that completely overhaul the Michigan business tax system.

Co-authors: Andrew M. Steiger , Steven E. Grob, Wayne D. Roberts, Anthony Ilardi, Jr..


Michigan tax amnesty program begins May 15, 2011 *

USA - May 9 2011
For a limited period in 2011, from May 15 through June 30, the state of Michigan is offering a broad amnesty program for taxpayers with certain unpaid Michigan tax liabilities.

Co-authors: Andrew M. Steiger , Steven E. Grob, Wayne D. Roberts, Anthony Ilardi, Jr..


Sparrow decision allows health care company to claim benefits for capital assets used in the furtherance of its tax-exempt purpose *

USA - April 27 2011
On February 15, 2011, the Michigan Court of Appeals upheld the Michigan Tax Tribunal's determination that Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association ("Sparrow") could reduce its Michigan Single Business Tax ("SBT") liability by claiming a capital acquisition deduction ("CAD") and an investment tax credit ("ITC") for capital assets used in furtherance of its tax-exempt activities.

Co-authors: Katherine C. Murphy, Steven E. Grob, Wayne D. Roberts, Kathrin E. Kudner.


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