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Publications & Notes

HSA is tax-exempt option for medical bills. By Erik VanderWeyden, Fall 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (January 16, 2010).

Earned Income Tax Credit Worth Pursuing. By Christina Scharar, Fall 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (January 9, 2010).

Change in Tax Breaks Affects Nonprofits. By Aron Gillard, Spring 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (August 29, 2010).

Portion of Jobless Benefits were not Taxable in 2009. By Rolf Krueger, Spring 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (August 22, 2010).

Eligible Taxpayers Still Can Go After Home Heating Credit. By Rolf Krueger, Spring 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (August 15, 2010).

Farm Families Get Some Tax Relief. By Stephanie Grace, Spring 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (August 1, 2010).

Level of Tax Credit, if any, Varies for Hybrids. By Kirsten Winek, Spring 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (July 25, 2010).

Home Office Deduction Can Be Rewarding. By Jonathon Warner, Spring 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (July 18, 2010).

VITA's Tax Help is Reliable. By Jared Warner, Spring 2010 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal Business Weekly (July 11, 2010).

Drivers May Deduct Some Meal Costs. By Anne Cubera, Fall 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (November 30, 2009).

Tax Credits Can Help Students. By Mallory Field, Summer 2009 Resident Clinicians. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (November 23, 2009).

Speeding up tax appeals. By Ryan Tabasinske. Summer 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (November 16, 2009).

Those ads for settling tax debt are mostly too good to be true. By Michael Siracuse, Summer 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (November 9, 2009).

Tax Relief Available In A Disaster. By Eva Kalmar, Summer 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (November 2, 2009).

'Kiddie tax' may close loophole, but it also hurts opportunity. By Christie D'Agostini, Summer 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (October 26, 2009).

Gambling winnings are taxable. By Christopher Iannuzzi, Summer 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (October 19, 2009).

Hefty Hit Awaits Smokers. By John Choe, Spring 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (July 20, 2009).

Avoid 401K Penalties. By Vicky Wong, Spring 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (July 13 2009).

Tax Rules Can Vary on eBay. By Adam Jovanovic, Spring 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (July 6, 2009).

Commute Might Be Deductible. By Zach Stephen, Spring 2009 Tax Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (6-29-09).

Tax Benefits for Severe Storm and Tornado Victims. By Naima Manley, Public Interest Fellow. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (6-22-09).

Taxes Can Linger After Foreclosure. By Shawn Calabrese, Fall 2008 Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (6-8-09).

IRS Might Tax Online Game Gains. By Aleks Bomis, Spring 2009 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (3-2-09).

Report Gambling Winnings to IRS. By Bridgette Austin, Fall 2008 Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (2-23-09).

OIC May Aid Those with Big Tax Bills! By Vytas Ray, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (1-26-09).

The Jock Tax. By Sherwin Sadr, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (12-22-08).

Debt Cancelled After Foreclosure May Be Exempt from Taxable Income. By Dan Artaev, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (11-17-08).

The Aftermath of Economic Stability: Raising Revenue Without Raising Taxes? By Aaron Goodlock, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly.

The State Can Garnish Your Tax Refund! By Erin Lyon, Spring 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly (10-6-08).

Classifying Nonresident Alien Employees. By Andrew Heilila, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly.

Calculating Income After Foreclosure. By Shawn Calabrese, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in the Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly.

Appealing Property Tax Assessments in Michigan. By Matt Kacel, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in the Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly.

Get IRS Off Your Back! By Vytas Ray, Fall 2008 Resident Clinician. Published in Lansing State Journal, Business Weekly.

IRS Treatment of Gambling. By Bridgette Austin, Fall 2008 Clinician.

Beware of Unscrupulous Tax Preparers!
By Adam R. Crawford, Clinician, Spring 2006

Distinguishing Independent Contractors and Employees
By Linet Megerdomian, Clinician, Spring 2006

Taxation of Lump Sums of Money
By Kristina Vasold, Clinician, Spring 2006

A Comparative Analysis: The System in Brazil and in the United States
By Joao Carlos Medrado Sampaio, Humphreys Fellow, Spring 2006

Introduction to Innocent Spouse Relief.
By Tim Vitollo, Clinician, Fall 2005


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