The Tax Attic – May 28, 2008

Making Work Pay tax credit problematic The provision of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 that is of most concern to tax professionals around the state of Michigan and the entire country seems to be the one titled the Making Work Pay tax credit. I have written about this credit previously, but feel […]

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Birthdays – May 30—June 5

May 30-June 5 30th            Jill Corstange                     Cass Rodriguez 31st            Lee Greenland                     Nicholas Hunt                     Libby Rice JUNE  1st            Helen Riemersma  2nd            Jason Corstange              […]

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Main Street – May 28, 2009

Spell that? It’s good to keep up on what’s happening in the world. Personally, however, I avoid reading news stories out loud. Hard-to-pronounce foreign names seem to pop up in every paragraph: Binyamin Netanyahu, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Hu Jintao, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Hosni Mubarak, Barack Obama…. Scratch that last one. He’s one of ours. And isn’t […]

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GM Futurliner makes an appearance at local car show

Futurliner before restoration.

by CHRISTINE BIGNEY Mark your calendars for July 25, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to see the fabulous GM Futurliner that will be the special guest at the Cedar Springs Summer Car Show, located in Morely Park, 60 Cedar St., Cedar Springs MI (one block south of 17 Mile and Northland Dr.) This is Futurliner […]

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Zumba Exercise also REF fundraiser

zumba-ref

Second grade teacher Natalie Maj works hard to motivate the students in her Meadow Ridge Elementary School classroom. But it’s her second job that stretches the limits of her ability to motivate. Maj is a Zumba instructor, combining her ability to teach with her passion for fitness. The fast-paced, get-up-and-dance exercise program fuses Latin rhythms […]

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