Canadian auto parts producers can avoid paying the Michigan Single Business Tax by stipulating that the title transfer of goods occurs on Canadian soil. That was the compromise reached by concerned Canadian business lobbyists and Michigan officials who support a proposal to phase out the single business tax over 23 years in an amendment that expands the scope of the tax to include foreign businesses. Canadian companies faced a tax bill of as much as $100 million a year under the law that ...

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