Affordable housing and eco-friendly trends will be addressed as the City of Grand Haven evaluates and updates its Zoning Ordinance.
Amanda Hill, 27, deals with big student loan debt by doing everything she can to keep her other bills small.
Overtime rules proposed this week by the U.S. Department of Labor would allow more than a million more American salaried workers to earn overtime pay or potentially get a salary boost.
The deficit stems from a change in a state rule that redirects the collection of personal property tax, formerly kept at the municipal level, to the state. Local officials said the reimbursement has been a challenge to anticipate for the past few years.
Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday defended her proposal to nearly triple Michigan's per-gallon gasoline tax to make it the highest in the nation, promising no more "shell games" or "half measures" to reverse the deteriorating condition of the roads.
Due to changes in the tax code, you've likely been receiving more money in each paycheck. But many people have forgotten that fact, according to local tax preparers.
Grand Haven Township has denied a retroactive tax exemption while it investigates lease arrangements at the Spectrum Health facility.
During his 90-minute presentation Tuesday morning on the economic forecast for Northwest Ottawa County, Dr. Paul Isley used the word “recession” more than 30 times.
Plenty of people would jump at the chance to speed up getting some of their tax refund cash, especially in light of the government shutdown, job cuts and other financial headaches.
Employers are increasingly recognizing that $35,000 or more in student loan debt is a serious matter that is stressing out many workers.
The best way to prepare to do your taxes — or even get your taxes done — is to take a deep breath, gather your thoughts and start scrambling for your paperwork.
The township is the latest area municipality to put forth an increase in sewer rates to support renovations to the Grand Haven/Spring Lake Sewer Authority’s wastewater treatment plant and lift stations.
It's the time of year for fresh starts and resolutions, so now is the perfect time to take stock of your financial fitness.
Many times, the New Year kicks off with a huge financial hangover. But this year, we're looking at even more reasons to keep an eye on our money.
LANSING — Michigan would shift income tax revenue away from the School Aid Fund toward road repairs and environmental cleanups under legislation approved by the Legislature Friday morning during the frenetic lame-duck session.