Personal Property Tax reform signed into law
LANSING— State Sen. Jack Brandenburg (right), R-Harrison Township joined Gov. Rick Snyder (seated) and Lt. Gov. Brian Calley (third from left) on Thursday for the signing of the Personal Property Tax reform bills.
The new laws will encourage economic growth by reducing the Personal Property Tax burden on job providers.
“Michigan continues to make progress and send a message to the world that we are open for business,” Brandenburg said. “We are the nation’s comeback state, and I look forward to continue working to create an environment that encourages businesses to grow.”
Brandenburg was the sponsor of Senate Bill 1065 and a cosponsor of the rest of the package.