The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon – September 24, 2009

How are tax bills formed? As I said last week, I’m not really a superstitious person. However, when it comes to sporting venues, I do have one or two rituals that I do observe. For example, I have played either fast-pitch softball or slow-pitch softball most of my adult life. I have a set manner […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon – September 17, 2009

Michigan Residential Energy Credit to have positive effect I don’t consider myself a superstitious person. I don’t really believe in omens. However, I do pay attention to events as they occur, draw conclusions from those events, and base my actions on those conclusions. For example, over the Labor Day weekend, Deb and I camped along […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon – September 10, 2009

Who qualifies for first-time home-buyer credit? The traditional ending of summer has occurred. The long Labor Day weekend has come and gone. The kids are back in school. High school, college and pro football games are here to stay for the next few months—that’s a good thing when it comes to Rockford football, a good […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon

Swiss banks give up names, information Recently, there has been much publicity that the U.S. government has worked out an agreement with a Swiss bank, UBS, wherein the bank will provide taxpayer identification and investment information to the Internal Revenue Service. We all know the old saying, “Never say never.” The saying definitely applies to […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon – August 27 2009

Should government be involved in health care? The bill before Congress is entitled “America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009.” When all is said and done, the final version of the bill that President Obama signs will influence the health care of all of us, our children, and our children’s children. I believe it’s that […]