New tax laws will hurt some and help others in Lansing Township.

By Katy Barth

 

Gov. Rick Snyder made multiple changes to individuals’ tax forms. Most were eliminations of certain exemptions, deductions, non-refundable and refundable credits. “It is going to affect the people and the credits that they would normally qualify for,” said Pamela Robedeau, previously a tax accountant and now a receptionist at Liberty Tax Services in Lansing Township. Claiming Children

Among the changes are how much of a credit is given for having children. Snyder has eliminated the $600 credit for children under 18. He has also eliminated the credit to families who paid for adoptions.

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