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May 7, 2013
As is our custom the first Wednesday of every month, we publish a newsletter for small business owners and professionals, called News and Events. In lieu of a blog post this week, we refer you to our newsletter below.
April 2, 2013
The first Wednesday of every month our newsletter is published, in lieu of a blog post that week. Many articles are featured on marketing, legal, financial, accounting, and small business tips. I hope you enjoy this month’s issue of News and Events. Open this post to read the newsletter.
March 12, 2013
Are you anxiously awaiting your tax refund and wondering when it will arrive? Here’s the latest information from the IRS and State of Michigan on the processing of tax returns and refunds.
January 22, 2013
If you had a tax problem, would you call a CPA, a Tax Attorney, or an Enrolled Agent? Learn the differences between these professionals and find out how an enrolled agent can help you with tax issues involving the IRS, state, or local tax entities. Common misconceptions and potential pitfalls of dealing directly with the IRS are also addressed.
January 8, 2013
Many business owners and individual tax payers are wondering what did happen and didn’t happen as a result of averting the “Fiscal Cliff”, and President Obama signing the Taxpayer Relief Act into law on January 2, 2013. If you are wondering “How do these laws affect me and my business?”, the following information may help you.