5 Tax Breaks New Parents Should Know AboutTax breaks can make raising children a little more affordable.
Tax Professional Gail Rosen's Advise On How To Fully Prepare For Tax SeasonTax professional Gail Rosen, CPA, shares her secrets for making tax season as painless as possible.
Tax Tips: What All New College Grads Need To KnowWelcome, students, to taxes for recent graduates 101.
Catholic Pastor Removed In Financial ProbeThomas Belczak officiated at a funeral Mass Thursday before being removed as pastor.
Bill To Help Homeowners With Delinquent Tax Bills Clears HouseA bill designed to give some relief to Michigan homeowners in financial duress over delinquent tax bills has cleared a major hurdle.
Should You E-File Or See A Tax Specialist For Your Returns?When it comes to figuring your taxes, should you rely on software or turn to a pro?
Public Hearing Brings Overflow Crowd To Address City's Financial Woes"It would take 68 years to pay off the debt assuming you incur no further debt - that's not feasible," said Orr during the evening meeting.
Super Bowl, Strong Auto, More Jobs Propel DOW Into Big GainsThe DOW Jones Industrial Index started Monday above 14,000 -- which marks the first time it's passed that threshold since before the 2008 financial crisis.
Cash Pouring In For Mich. Congressional IncumbentsFederal data shows Michigan's congressional incumbents are dominating their challengers in raising campaign cash, a nonpartisan group said this week.
Mich. Expects About $300M More In Budget RevenueMichigan's budget will have about $300 million more this year than predicted in January, a combination of higher-than-expected tax payments and fewer people receiving Medicaid and welfare benefits, according to state economists.
House, Senate Fiscal Agencies See Revenue ChangesMichigan's House and Senate fiscal agencies have come out with their revenue estimates for the 2012-2013 fiscal year - and the news isn't all good.
U-M: Many Families Are Underwater With Debts According to a new University of Michigan report, about one out of every five U.S. households owe more on credit cards, medical bills, student loans and other noncollateralized debts than they have in savings and other liquid assets.