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Grob Serves as Featured Presenter at Tax Events

May 14, 2012

On May 8, Steven Grob participated as the organizer and faculty member for the webinar, “Michigan’s Corporate Income Tax: Navigating the Latest Transitional Legislation and Administrative Guidance.” The 110-minute discussion addressed the impact of new laws implementing Michigan’s 6 percent corporate income tax, with special emphasis upon C corporations that will be preparing their first filings. Accredited Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is being offered to those interested in listening to the recorded discussion. Also available for download are the session’s presentation slides. 

Click here for more information about the May 8 webinar.

Also, on May 10, Steven Grob helped organize and was a featured presenter at the Council on State Taxation (COST) Midwest Regional Seminar held in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The seminar, which provided both CPE and CLE credits, attracted senior tax professionals from companies throughout the Great Lakes region. It addressed such topics as the phasing-out of Michigan’s personal property tax, the state’s transition from the Michigan Business Tax (MBT) to a Corporate Income Tax (CIT) and how to calculate Investment Tax Credit (ITC) recaptures. COST, a nonprofit trade association consisting of nearly 600 multistate corporations, has been called “the most influential nongovernmental organization in the state tax policy arena.”