Lawmakers OK Tax Breaks To Lure Mega-Data Center To MichiganA major data center developer said it will expand into Michigan after securing tax breaks approved late Tuesday by lawmakers and that are expected to be signed into law.
Michigan Senate Goes Against Governor, Approves Data Center Tax BreaksThe legislation would fully exempt Internet data centers and their clients from 6 percent state sales and use taxes on servers, computers and other equipment for 15 years.
Tax Tips: What All New College Grads Need To KnowWelcome, students, to taxes for recent graduates 101.
Gov. Snyder Signs Next Michigan Budget Into LawThe $48 billion spending plan for the budget year that starts Oct. 1 is law.
Citizens Protest GE, Corporate Tax BreaksA group of protestors carried signs and played dodgeball Monday outside WDIV-TV in downtown Detroit.
MEDC Unveils New Tax Credit ProgramsState officials Wednesday formally unveiled the new economic and urban revitalization tax breaks that will replace tax credit programs dating back to the Granholm and Engler administrations.
Levin: Oil Companies Don't Deserve Tax BreaksThe U.S. Senate has failed to come up with enough votes to pass a bill repealing $2 billion in tax breaks for the five biggest oil companies.
UAW March Targets Banks, Tax BreaksThe United Auto Workers Union wrapped up its bargaining convention with a noisy march through downtown Detroit.
Rally To Hold Banks, Corporations Accountable To 'Ordinary People' RulesA grassroots protest movement that started in the United Kingdom is spreading to Michigan with a worldwide rally scheduled for Saturday.
Snyder Wants Review Of New Tax BreaksSnyder says Michigan has added too many tax breaks without counting the costs and wants an open debate in the future.
State OK's Renewable Energy Zone In Midland
MEDC: 4,278 New Jobs, $103M Investment In Michigan