2002 Letter Rulings
A Letter Ruling is a formal document setting forth the position of the Michigan Department of Treasury (Department) on specific tax matters. It is issued to taxpayers by the Department in response to a particular tax issue. Letter Rulings help to promote uniform application of tax laws and to provide guidance to taxpayers. A Letter Ruling is prospective in nature. It provides a taxpayer with assurance regarding the tax ramification of a future transaction. The Department is bound by a Letter Ruling only for the specific transaction and only for the tax period indicated.
||RESCINDED: Sales and Use Tax Medical Equipment Exemption: the Meaning of "Device"
||Sales and Use Tax Medical Equipment
||Availability of Voluntary Disclosure Relief
to Michigan Residents and Businesses
||Single Business Tax; Officer Compensation
||Tobacco Tax; Gratis Cigarettes
||Motor Fuel Tax - Diesel Fuel Dyed to Ontario
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