Taxes in Your Michigan Condominium or Homeowners’ Association: Is Your Association Current with the IRS?

As April 15th approaches, many Michigan residents are reviewing various sources of gross income, tax credits and tax deductions in order to prepare individual or joint income tax returns. In addition to personal income taxes, newer directors may be unaware that their condominium or homeowners’ association is also required to file federal income taxes on an annual basis. For the inexperienced, filing federal taxes on behalf of a Michigan condominium or homeowners’ association may be an intimidating or overwhelming experience best left to the professionals.    Read the article………….


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