Michigan Corporate Income Tax Developments: Unitary Business Filing & Apportionment

$75 Members / $95 Future Members
The Michigan Corporate Income Tax (CIT) contains a number of complex topics, including unitary filing and apportionment. Join us for this 60-minute webinar to get a better understanding of those two issues and to learn about recent developments in complying with the Michigan CIT.
What Will Be Covered:
  • The unitary business group and issues arising from unitary filing.
  • Apportionment issues under the CIT, including the apportionment of sales of tangible personal property, revenues from services and other “sales."
  • Apportionment issues for unitary filers.
  • Most recent legislative changes to the tax and judicial interpretations issued and how they impact tax return preparation, including the most troublesome calculations.
  • Unitary Business Groups
  • Apportionment Issues
  • Apportionment Challenges
  • Recent Developments

Expert Presenters:

June Summer HaasJune Summers Haas, partner with Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, specializes in advising clients on a nationwide basis on multistate tax strategies, resolving tax disputes and litigating state tax cases.



Daniel StanleyDaniel L. Stanley, partner with Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, is a tax appeals attorney with significant experience representing taxpayers in various aspects of state and local taxation.




This seminar qualifies as one (1) credit toward the Basic or Advanced Tax Policy and Finance Compliance Certification Programs. This seminar also qualifies as one (1) credit under the guidelines of the Michigan State Board of Accountancy.