Taxpayers who filed as, or were included as a member of, a unitary business group could qualify for a refund following a decision by the Michigan Court of Appeals that the Michigan Supreme Court chose to let stand on January […]
A local Veteran who served in the Navy more than 60 years ago is being wrongfully denied a Michigan property tax exemption. “The law passed in 2013 is clear,” said Fraser Trebilcock attorney Paul McCord.
On September 29, 2015, the Michigan Court of Appeals in Gillette Commercial Operations v Dep’t of Treasury, No 325258 (consolidated with about 50 other cases), held that Michigan’s retroactive repeal of the Multistate Tax Compact (MTC) to avoid paying $1.1 billion […]
The final version of the tax reform bill was released Friday, December 15, 2017 and is set for votes this week – and it will pass and become law. Among the many changes, the final bill eliminates the tax deduction […]
Medical Marijuana: State of Michigan Outlines New Procedures and Requirements for Medical Marijuana Facility Licensing In less than a week, the state of Michigan will start accepting medical marijuana license applications. The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) released […]
What does it mean to “own” something? Owning something means different things to different people. Owning something suggests a sense of full control over something. It also implies being able to enjoy the benefits of it and be responsible for […]
Fraser Trebilcock continues to monitor the tax reform plans moving through the House and Senate. As we mentioned in our last post, the various proposals are a bit of a moving target and are in at state of flux. On […]
UPDATE: (November 14, 2017) A Look at The Senate Tax Reform Bill On November 2, 2017, House Ways and Means Committee introduced the much anticipated House Tax Reform Bill – The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The bill is […]
This week the Michigan Supreme Court in Baruch SLS Inc v Township of Tittabawassee (MSC Docket No 152047) clarified how the factors are to be considered in determining whether real property is exempt from taxation.