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 […]
On Monday, October 30th, the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) will launch a new Corporations Online Filing System (COFS) for Michigan businesses. This system will allow businesses to submit documents and annual filings, pay filing fees, and order […]
As a small business owner, you wear multiple hats. Making sure your business is compliant with laws and regulations is a top priority. These 9 legal questions every small business owner should ask will help you evaluate where your business […]
We see it in the news on a regular basis. Major corporations like Anthem, eBay, Sony Pictures, and Target have all suffered major data security breaches. But these breaches don’t only happen to major businesses. Companies of all sizes are targets. […]
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.
A unanimous Michigan Supreme Court decision this week will have big implications for for-profit schools and colleges – and even for-profit laboratories, research and development facilities, and test centers.