Canadian partsmakers and government officials have been meeting with Michigan tax officials and business leaders in February in an attempt to resolve a thorny tax issue. Several rulings in Michigan courts mean that Canadian and other non-Michigan businesses that had sales people in the state for as few as two days a year may have to pay Michigan's small business tax, says George Costaris, who follows the issue for the Canadian Consul's office in Detroit. Even worse, the Michigan tax ...

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