The Six Percent Solution: [image of State of Michigan seal.]UPDATE 12-5-07: The 6% services tax enacted by the Michigan legislature went briefly into — and then out of — effect, on December 1, 2007. The repeal legislation retroactively exempted all potentially covered transactions from tax liability.

All other information below (ie, laws and statutes and other legal resources) is still valid as of this date.

Effective December 1, 2006, the state of Michigan will begin levying a sales and use tax on services. If you are a business owner, this is a very short timeline to bring your business into compliance — talk to your lawyer and your accountant. Business clients are already asking whether services they provide or purchase are covered under the Act. I’m compiling resources and FAQs about the new services tax on this page. A complete list of descriptions of services covered under the new tax, cross-referenced against the bill section numbers the NAICS code numbers, and the expected Michigan Compiled Laws statutory numbers, is on the companion page Michigan Services Tax here at Arborlaw.

Laws and statutes, legal resources

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