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.
There is an art to creating the perfect wine, sculpting a sumptuous flavor and aroma until it’s just right. And when you hit that mark, your wines are perfected and ready to sell, do you know where to start
The taxation of insurance companies is a bit like baseball. Some of the most significant limitations on the states’ taxing powers are based on the prohibition of state interference with interstate commerce.
Governor Snyder signed into law this week a bill that would allow grocery stores with on-site gas stations to sell beer and wine at both the store and the station. The new law creates a “secondary location permit” so retailers […]
As one of a handful of attorneys in Michigan as a registered transfer facilitator by the American Registry for Internet Numbers, attorney Jonathan Raven has been at the forefront of the rapidly growing technology market. He recently had an in-depth […]
Tax is statutory. No one owes tax unless a statute imposes that liability. Thus, all tax cases begin with the applicable statute. However, tax statutes sometimes are written in general terms, requiring that important details be filled in either by […]
Michigan nonprofits are comprised of members, shareholders, and directors that can be found in various locations at any time. To avoid meetings and travel time, many nonprofits use electronic voting instead of a meeting. But are they following the correct […]