Association Successfully Stops ‘Half-Mile’ Rule Rescission . . . For Now

A multi-state trade association representing retailers successfully – albeit possibly temporarily – stopped the rescission of a state rule that prohibits liquor stores from operating within a half mile from one another   On January 24th, Judge Stephen Borrello issued an order staying rescission of Michigan’s longstanding “half-mile” rule pending any future court order. The…

Treasury: Individual Income Tax Filing Season Officially Begins

  Early Filers Prevent Cybercriminals from Stealing Refunds    Michigan’s individual income tax filing season officially begins today, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury (Treasury). Effective immediately, Michiganders can start filing their 2017 tax year state individual income tax returns online or through the U.S. Postal Service. All individual income tax returns must be…

ATM ‘Jackpotting’ Hits U.S.

Secret Service warns ATM jackpotting attacks seen in other countries are hitting the United States By NACS Online   ABC News reports that the U.S. Secret Service is warning banks across the country about a new means of robbing ATMs, called “jackpotting,” that’s been seen in Europe and Mexico and now hitting the United States…