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New Releases! Ridecco and Ironsight Armaments

There are new releases from Ridecco (below is from the release notes):

-A part 2 to my Modern Cars pack
-An 80’s themed static car kit… 103 more words

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Mid-March IRS deadline approaches for partnerships, other businesses

April 17 may be the big day on most taxpayers’ minds this year.

But certain businesses have to file information with the IRS before St. Patrick’s Day hits. 187 more words

Accounting

Michigan Limited Liability Companies: LARA extends 2018 Annual Statement Filing Deadline to March 1. Stay in Good Standing and Maintain your Corporate Formalities.

It is the middle of the dreary season – February 15th. Not too long and I, like many folks in West Michigan with school-aged kids will be heading to Florida for Spring Break. 684 more words

Business

IRS 2018 Tax Filing Season begins on January 29th

The IRS will officially kick-off the 2018 tax filing season on Monday, January 29, 2018.

So, what exactly does this mean?

It means the IRS will begin accepting tax returns, filed electronically or by paper, starting on Monday. 445 more words

2018 Tax Filing Season

Business Law Update for LLCs: The Words You Use In Your Operating Agreement Matter.

Good morning, all! Yesterday was a beautiful day, see the photo I took overlooking downtown Grand Rapids. The leaves are already changing color.

Today I read a Court of Appeals Case that came out yesterday that provides a good example for business owners. 800 more words

Business

Real Estate Law Update: Bill Moves Forward Allowing Single Member LLCs To Evict Tenants without Legal Representation

UPDATE ON PROPOSED House Bill 4463 – Would Allow LLCs to Evict wi

thout Legal Representation.

House Bill 4463 was introduced in March and referred to the  committee on law and justice. 446 more words

Business

New Partnership Audit Regime and Partnership M&A Transactions

By Charles Kolstad and Robin C. Gilden

Background:

Congress has changed the way partnership[1] audits will be conducted in the future. Beginning with tax years starting on or after January 1, 2018, audits will still be done at the partnership level; however unlike current practice where adjustments and additional tax payments are made at the partner level, under the new rules the adjustments and additional tax payments will in many cases now be done at the partnership level with the payments made in the year the tax audit is finalized. 540 more words

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