The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon, September 30, 2010

Prisoners claim fraudulent tax credit  Principal Residence Exemption explained    When you go to tax seminars, you find out all kinds of information about our tax system. For example, last Friday at a seminar in Lansing, I learned some more facts about people claiming the First Time Homebuyer Credit who were not supposed to be […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — September 23, 2010

Bush tax cuts set to expire Congress is really making it difficult to tax plan. Eventually, they will have to make decisions on a number of tax issues. Complicating the matter is that Congress can make a decision by doing nothing. The Bush tax cuts are all set to expire on December 31, 2010. If […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — September 16, 2010

Tax school begins I may end up buying my salmon this fall at Meijer or D&W. In past years, I could depend on going fishing a few times throughout the summer and catching a few fish each time. Then, to finish off the summer, over Labor Day, my brother-in-law Don and I could always count […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon

NKSC donations now qualify for Michigan tax credit The Michigan Treasury Department works year round. It may be a slimmed-down version compared to the tax season, but those working seem to be working hard. Those of us in the professional tax business see evidence of their efforts from time to time. Usually a taxpayer will […]

The Tax Attic — by Jerry Coon — August 26, 2010

Business federal tax rules revised  The Internal Revenue Service is keeping busy this summer. In a previous article, I discussed various court cases that involved the IRS and taxpayers. Auditing taxpayers is one way the IRS keeps busy. Those audits from time to time develop into court cases. Another manner of staying busy is by […]