Cabulous plays, amazing game-ending shots, stifling defense, dominating offense, collaborative teamwork. We have just observed another installment of March Madness. Whether you are a die-hard sports fan, a casual observer or a novice, it is hard not to get caught […]
Macy’s and Kmart are each closing a Lansing location – but did you know that retail spending is up? It’s easier than ever to collect customer data, but business owners beware: you need to protect that data or you could […]
Data breach incidents continue to make headlines. The Yahoo data security breach—affecting more than one billion accounts—announced late last year is a recent example. Data security breaches affect companies of all sizes, and any company that maintains an electronically stored […]
New laws on the sales tax and use tax consequences on direct mail became effective in Michigan September 7, 2016. These laws were adopted as part of Michigan’s participation in the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement, and are intended […]
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.