They wanted their paper, they wanted it in front of them, they wanted to make their notes on it, and they wanted to file it in that filing cabinet. Then, the pandemic hit

“The previous treasurer, Nick Khouri, wanted us to become a paperless environment back in 2016,” recounted Lori…


Gov. Whitmer has declared October as Michigan’s Cybersecurity Month in an effort to enhance cybersecurity awareness around the state. With more of us working in hybrid environments, reviewing online practices may ensure you are protected from cyberattacks both at work and at home.

You can take some simple steps to…


Local units are reminded that the deadline for submitting applications for Industrial Facilities Exemptions, Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Exemptions, Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Exemptions, Commercial Rehabilitation Exemptions, New Personal Property Exemptions, Charitable Nonprofit Housing Exemptions, and Commercial Facilities Exemptions is November 1, 2021, as October 31st is a Sunday.

The State Tax…


You’re Invited…

Treasury’s free educational events provide an opportunity to learn about important tax processing and tax compliance topics as well as Treasury updates. Our ongoing goal through this outreach program is to enhance communication, foster a culture of taxpayer service, and identify continuous improvement projects through your feedback.

The…


More than 480 foster youth eligible to receive college scholarships

Robert E. Thomas, Robin Lott, Diane Brewer

LANSING, Mich. — More than 480 foster youth are eligible to receive college scholarships following the ninth annual Fostering Futures Scholarship Trust Fund Benefit Dinner organized by the Michigan Education Trust (MET) and the Michigan Department of Health and Human…


Detroit 9/17: We are a little over a week away from this year’s Fostering Futures Scholarship dinner and there is still time for you to join us for this wonderful event on the riverfront!

Join us outside, under the tent, at the Roostertail in the marina district on the Detroit…


Investments in our children’s futures are also investments in Michigan that help all of us succeed.” — Governor Whitmer

The Michigan Education Trust (MET) today announced a new campaign to help families prepare for their children’s higher education future and highlight the unique advantages of saving with MET.

The campaign…


“Education and awareness are the best tools we have to fight against bad actors looking to take advantage of those experiencing hardship.” — AG Nessel

LANSING — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is reminding Michigan residents to watch for scammers following recent storm damage in parts of Michigan.

Severe weather…


Help make the dreams of a college education a reality for youth who have experienced the foster care system…

JOIN US for the ninth annual Pizza Party on the Capitol Lawn, August 5 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.. …


This pandemic has made it clear that small businesses have always been the heart and soul of our communities.” — Lt. Governor Gilchrist

LANSING, Mich. — This week, Governor Gretchen Whitmer sent letters of gratitude to more than 200 small businesses across Michigan who stepped up in exceptional ways during…

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