Tax Structures in the Great Lake States
Perrin, Andrew Frank
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This Senior Individualized Project (SIP) is divided into two parts. The first section describes the work aspects of my SIP, along with a description of the organization I worked for during the winter term. For the Winter term, I completed an internship with the Small Business Association of Michigan (SBAM). I worked at SBAM from June 1983, until June 1984. During the Summer, Fall, and Spring terms I worked ten hours per week. For the Winter term, I was a full time employee. The first section of this paper is a description of the work I was required to complete at SBAM. Included in this are copies of SBAM's Journal Of Small Business, a monthly publication of the association. I wrote articles for the publication. There is also a copy of a report I completed that analyzed the dues structure of the organization. The second section of my SIP involves a specific research project undertaken at SBAM. This project involved a study of the state controlled costs of doing business in several great lake states. Specifically, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio were examined. The taxes that were studied include the personal income taxes, sales taxes, property taxes, and corporate income taxes. The second section of the SIP describes the different tax rates that are charged in each state. The purpose of this part of the SIP was to collect information for SBAM on the costs of doing business in the surrounding states.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.