Posts Tagged ‘personal income tax’

What if you can’t pay your taxes?

Friday, April 13th, 2012

The April 17th tax deadline is looming closer and you know that you’ve got to get your payment in soon.  But, what if you don’t have the cash on hand?  Don’t panic, there are ways to file your taxes and avoid penalties – even if you can’t pay everything that you owe right away. (more…)

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Did you send a wedding announcement to Social Security?

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

When you’re newly married, there’s so much to think about.  Did you remember to thank Aunt Joan for that silver tray?  Did you remember to have your mail forwarded to your new address?  One thing that may not make the list: Did you remember to notify the Social Security Administration of your name change? (more…)

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When Can You Expect to Receive Your Tax Refund?

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

If you’re expecting a federal tax refund this year, it could be delayed. The agency reports that new anti-fraud measures could slow the refund process by approximately one week. (more…)

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Are You Ready for Tax Time? Have More Than a Shoe Box

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

So it’s tax time. While that thought might conjure up images of lots of receipts in a shoe box, you don’t want to be that person. With a little preparation, you can help make your visit to your accounting professional less expensive and more enjoyable. Here are a few tips to help you prepare. (more…)

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Live or Do Business in Michigan? Your Tax Laws Are Changing!

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

In late May, the Michigan legislature voted to make dramatic changes to Michigan’s corporate and individual income tax laws. The measure repeals the Michigan Business Tax and eliminates numerous individual income tax credits, deductions and exemptions as well as changes future income tax rates. (more…)

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Isn’t Extending the Bush Tax Cuts A Temporary Fix?

Friday, December 17th, 2010

While some may be breathing a sigh of relief now that the brokered tax package has passed through Congress and is being signed by President Obama, others among us are becoming increasingly alarmed at the “temporary” nature of our tax laws – and the impact these temporary fixes will have on our long-term planning. (more…)

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