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March 4 – Southfield Schools Millage Info Meeting 

March 1st 2020

On March 10, 2020 the Southfield Public Schools District will have an item on the ballot, a replacement operating millage

Presentation Helps Holly Understand Water Rates and Infrastructure  

March 10th 2019

Presentation Helps Holly Understand Water Rates and Infrastructure (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 10, 2019) Holly, MI  – Village of Holly officials, staff and members of the public attended a morning-long study session on Feb. 9 to learn more about how the water and sewer fund works, and get answers to common questions regarding water service. […]

MTA Shares Assessment and Property Tax Basics

February 2nd 2019

MTA Shares Assessment and Property Tax Basics (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 4, 2019) Okemos, MI – Shila Kinder is passionate about her job as Assessor for Mecosta County, a profession that requires understanding complex tax laws, organizing large amounts of data, and gracefully discussing tax bills with residents who may disagree with her work. That […]

Holly Library: Creating a Financial “Scrapbook” April 26

April 1st 2018

Holly Library: Creating a Financial “Scrapbook” April 26 Holly, MI – Are your important documents in order in case of an emergency? Join us to find out from a local CPA why the hassle of getting your paperwork organized is worth it, what to keep and what to toss, and how to keep your information […]

Tax Town Hall in Berkley March 28

March 9th 2018

Tax Town Hall in Berkley March 28 Berkley, MI – Please join State Representative Robert Wittenberg and his special guests for a tax town hall. Doors open at 6:00 p.m., program starts at 6:30 p.m. Opening remarks by **Congressman Sandy Levin** Panelists: **Dr. Stephanie Leiser from the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of […]

Accounting Aid Society Locations to Get Help with Taxes

March 5th 2018

Accounting Aid Society Locations to Get Help with Taxes (Accounting Aid Society, March 5, 2018) Pontiac, Ferndale, MI – Accounting Aid Society is a volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) program that’s been successfully offering tax and financial services to taxpayers and small businesses in Detroit and southeast Michigan for the past 45 years. In that […]

Berkley Library: Getting Ready for 2017 Income Tax Time Feb. 27

February 11th 2018

Berkley Library: Getting Ready for 2017 Income Tax Time Feb. 27 Berkley, MI – To itemize or not to itemize? How does the Affordable Care Act affect my tax return? Is my social security income taxable? How likely is my tax return to be audited? What the tax law changes affecting my 2017 return? What […]

Vice President Pence Visits Michigan to Talk About Tax Policy

September 27th 2017

Vice President Pence Visits Michigan to Talk About Tax Policy (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sep. 28, 2017) Waterford, MI – Vice President Mike Pence came to Michigan Wednesday for a series of events to promote the Trump administration’s tax reform plan to constituents. Pence arrived on Air Force Two,  then took a motorcade to a GOP […]

Learn How to Prepare Taxes as a Small Business Owner at Ferndale Library, Oct 10

September 10th 2017

Learn How to Prepare Taxes as a Small Business Owner at Ferndale Library, Oct 10 FERNDALE, MI –  Lots of folks dream of starting their own business one day, but the hardest part can really come after they’ve achieved that dream–and that’s next year’s tax return! Filing taxes as a newly-established small business owner can […]

Conservative Coalition Hosts “Dirty Dozen” Protests in Birmingham & Novi

April 19th 2017

Conservative Coalition Hosts “Dirty Dozen” Protests in Birmingham & Novi (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 19, 2017) Birmingham, MI – As residents pulled through the parking lot of the Birmingham Post Office to drop off their taxes by the April 18 deadline, they were greeted by four people with anti-tax signs. In five communities across the […]