Taxes

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The legislature is once again at odds with the governor.


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The state treasurer says caution should be the watchword as the Legislature develops plans to deal with a glitch in the federal tax overhaul. If they don’t that glitch could cost Michigan taxpayers more in state income taxes.


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The state treasurer says caution should be the watchword as the Legislature develops plans to deal with a glitch in the federal tax overhaul. If they don’t that glitch could cost Michigan taxpayers more in state income taxes.


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As employers work to send out W2 forms, scammers are working to try to figure out how they can steal your identity at tax time.


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The Legislature is back in session for 2018, and an early priority is dealing with taxes.


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Governor Rick Snyder has proposed a plan to offset higher costs that could be forced on Michigan taxpayers as a result of the federal tax overhaul.


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Nationally, housing values are increasing less than they have in the recent past. However, in central Michigan, local housing experts say home values are blooming, especially entry level homes.


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County road commissions across the state are gearing up for winter road work, and they say the statewide gas tax increase is helping.


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State officials are sharing answers to questions they often get from residents about hosting or visiting garage sales in Michigan.

Should I pay taxes on what I’m selling or buying at a garage sale?

Do I need a permit to host one?

These are the most common questions received by the state.

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A new report from Michigan Future found that four year degrees correlated more closely to increased wages than tax cuts.

Officials with Michigan Future say while the state economy is doing, better wages have been stagnant.

Lou Glazer is the President and CEO of Michigan Future, which advocates for a healthy middle class. He said despite Michigan’s economy being on the upswing, wages in the state remain stagnant.

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