Tax Attic

Over the next few weeks, I would like to review and provide some general information on the six statewide ballot issues that we will be voting on at the November 6 general election. From an income tax point of view, only Proposal 5 affects what I do for a living in that it would make […]


Michigan changes affect tax returns The questions are starting to flow in with more frequency as we get closer to the end of the year. An increasing number of people are beginning to wonder how all of the changes made by the State of Michigan will affect their tax return to be filed this coming […]

THE TAX ATTIC with Jerry Coon

Municipal bonds, yea or nay? The Coon family made a trip to Nashville, Indiana recently. Nashville is a larger version of Rockford with lots of shops that is located in Brown County, about 75 miles south of Indianapolis. They have an Ace Hardware that looked like it sells everything; just like Pete’s Ace does for […]

THE TAX ATTIC with Jerry Coon

The tax profession industry is regularly given updates of the areas that the Internal Revenue Service will emphasize in the near future. The IRS doesn’t keep these areas secret. Especially in compliance, they want all of us to know what they are going to be looking at in audits and the areas they are going […]

THE TAX ATTIC with Jerry Coon

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan officially became the Republican candidates for the offices of president and vice president last week. Now the fun can really begin as President Obama and Joe Biden will do their best to make those two guys look bad, and Romney and Ryan will equally reciprocate. We may look at Romney […]