November 3, 2023
Last month, my husband ran the Detroit Free Press Marathon. During the race , runners left Detroit and crossed the Ambassador Bridge into Windsor in...
October 30, 2023
What scares come to mind when purchasing Halloween candy: ghosts, witches, or taxes? Yes, taxes should be on the list because Halloween reminds us how...
October 25, 2023
House Ways & Means Committee Chair Jason Smith (R-MO) has questioned the tax-exempt status of universities that, in his opinion, are anti-Israel. Whatever your views...
October 19, 2023
While most of the political world looks ahead to 2024, voters are making important choices on property taxes, wealth taxes, cannabis taxes, and more this...
October 11, 2023
Later this year, the US Supreme Court will hear Moore v. United States , a case in which the plaintiffs are challenging the constitutionality of...
October 10, 2023
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) recently warned that a “lot of the tax code would be unconstitutional” if the US Supreme Court rules for...
October 4, 2023
Our teenage son called me from school in the middle of the day last month. I braced myself. Generally, those calls come when there’s a...
September 28, 2023
The Internal Revenue Code generally does not refer to race or ethnicity, but federal income taxes may contribute to racial disparities when factors that affect...
September 21, 2023
Congressional commissions generally serve one of two purposes. They either 1) provide political cover for lawmakers who want to achieve a goal but are afraid...
September 19, 2023
After a bit of a delay, Treasury has proposed regulations outlining who in the cryptocurrency industry is a “broker” and hence obligated to provide the...