You may start seeing more money in your paycheck this month, thanks to new a tax rate structure that went into effect with the recent federal tax law change.
Federal tax reform has brought with it an opportunity for Michigan residents to get a tax cut, but it's no sure thing and a fiscal drama is now playing out in Lansing.
In a few weeks, those of us with a job are supposed to see in our pay stubs the real and personal result of our recently changed federal tax policy. It could mean a few extra bucks for those of us who toil somewhere between the elites and the impoverished.
In New Jersey and California, top Democratic officials want to let people make charitable contributions to the state instead of paying certain taxes.
LANSING — An economist urged the Michigan Department of Treasury on Friday to quickly adopt his interpretation that the new U.S. tax law will not lead to an increase in state income taxes.
The new tax bill, which includes $1.5 trillion in tax cuts, is a monstrous mound of papers, but here are some highlights that may affect you:
President Donald Trump said the new tax bill he signed into law last week is a great Christmas present for American taxpayers.
The Republican-backed tax reform legislation passed Congress on Wednesday.