The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has altered the tax landscape for businesses and individuals. The changes are extensive, and this blog post provides a high-level overview of some of the highlights to keep you informed.
The domestic production activity deduction (DPAD) is a provision enacted in the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 that is often missed by both veteran and rookie tax preparers. Businesses that have qualified production activities are entitled to a 9% deduction for those activities.
President Trump Declares Disaster Declaration for Mid-Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s request for disaster declaration was approved by President Trump on Wednesday, August 2, 2017. Four counties, Bay, Gladwin, Isabella and Midland, have been included in the declaration. The declaration is aimed at providing relief via individual assistance and hazard mitigation assistance for local governments. The
Attorney General Bill Schuette reminds Michigan consumers to remain vigilant this tax season. The IRS recently employed four private debt collection agencies to collect some overdue federal tax debts, and collection efforts will begin this week.
Federal Judge Blocks Overtime Rule The overtime rules scheduled to become law on December 1 are an example of Washington bureaucrats’ using executive orders to force changes on businesses without considering all the facts and consequences.
By: Gene G. Smith, CPA May 10, 2016 Companies that sell products in multiple states have complex issues to consider as it relates to what tax obligations arise from their activities. Nexus is a legal term used to establish sufficient physical presence that would require companies to collect and pay sales tax, corporate tax and