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Prior to July 1, 2017 dental labs had been considered providers of a non-taxable service on the sale of prosthetic devices they manufactured and were not required to charge sales tax on the sales of the prosthetic devices (Michigan Letter Ruling 1985-20). Furthermore, the labs did not qualify for the "industrial processing exemption" and paid sales tax on the purchase of the materials to create the prosthetic device.

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The Michigan Department of Treasury will be implementing a new tax return system for motor fuel taxes over the next several months. The goal is to establish a modern system to make filing returns easier and more efficient. In the meantime companies should continue to file returns using the current method until the new system is complete. 

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The IRS announced that affected taxpayers in Michigan who were impacted by storms that occurred beginning June 22 may qualify for tax relief. Individuals who reside or have a business in Bay, Gladwin, Isabella, and Midland counties, and the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe within Isabella County should determine if they meet the guidelines for the relief.

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UHY LLP, certified public accountants, with 380 employees in Oakland and Macomb counties, is opening its fourth Michigan office in Ann Arbor. UHY’s first Washtenaw County office will be open for business in a newly renovated suite on East Eisenhower Parkway just minutes away from University of Michigan’s main campus and the Big House.

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UHY welcomes Donna Frye, director of transfer pricing to our international tax services practice.

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Manufacturing companies that have equipment subject to the Michigan Essential Services Assessment (ESA) are required to certify through the Michigan Treasury Online website that the essential services tax liability is correct before the ESA can be paid.

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UHY LLP, the fifth largest accounting firm in Southeast Michigan, will host their annual company picnic at Jimmy John’s Field on July 22 during Rockin’ 4 Hunger’s ‘Strike Out Hunger’ night. Employees and their guests are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item. Proceeds from the game will benefit Macomb Feeding the Need and UHY will also make a monetary donation.

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Do you know someone that lives in Detroit but uses a permanent address outside the city? Maybe someone you know has a business in Detroit but uses a non-Detroit mailing address. Or perhaps you know someone who owns rental property in Midtown or downtown Detroit. The city of Detroit has 11 auditors and three attorneys searching for Detroit residents and businesses that are not paying Detroit taxes and is targeting the now popular Midtown and downtown areas.

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Although Detroit already had a "jock tax" in place, it was not officially codified until early March. Detroit's jock tax is the first tax in the US to count travel days that don't necessarily include service inside the city. The new ordinance provides guidance to teams on how to allocate income accordingly.

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Interns and staff accountants from UHY LLP’s Michigan practice stepped away from the office for a day during busy season and visited students from Burton International Academy in Detroit to learn about the art history of Mexico and tap into the students’ creative minds

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