Before Tax Season Update in Grand Rapids on Thursday and Livonia on Friday
Individual Income Tax, Personal Property Tax, Single Business Tax, Michigan Business Tax, Corporate Income Tax, Sales and Use Tax, Tax Administration and the Michigan Courts
The update includes a discussion with examples on the Individual Income Tax “Unitary” and the potential impact going forward including the filing of amended returns as a result of the recent Michigan Supreme Court decisions in Malpass and Wheeler. Also discussed will be the significant changes to the Personal Property Tax that will impact the 2014 filing season and audit issues surrounding the “Principal Residency Exemption”.
Single Business Tax (SBT) may be a dead tax, but the courts are making decisions that could result in refund opportunities or may affect other taxes. Like the SBT, the Michigan Business Tax (MBT) is a dead tax, but that doesn't keep the Treasury auditors from auditing the MBT. The Corporate Income is now in its second filing season with Treasury issuing authoritative advice and the legislature amending the combined filing rules. The sales and use tax remains complicated with several court cases at all levels including the Supreme Court. Changes are in the wind on the tax administration front and the legislature changed the court structure.
All these issues and much more will be discussed at the two seminars in grand Rapids and Livonia.
This seminar will deliver hard-hitting information you need to succeed this tax season.
Register online at the MACPA Website
Michigan State & Local Tax Update with Ed Kisscorni & Ron Kaley (MSLTUG)
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Hilton Grand Rapids Airport - Grand Rapids, MI
Michigan State & Local Tax Update with Ed Kisscorni & Ron Kaley (MSLTUL)
Friday, January 17, 2014
Laurel Manor - Livonia, MI
Registration Start: 7:30 AM
Program Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Credits: 8 Other hours
Standard Price: $279 MACPA Members, $379 Non-members