Free Tax Reform Booklet

 Interested in learning more about how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will impact your business? Gordon Advisors, PC has free booklets available for members of the Small Business Association of Michigan.

To receive a copy, please send your mailing information to Gordon Advisors.

Watch Tax Reform Webinar

Watch the archived 'Tax Reform & Your Small Business' here.

U.S. DOL Issues Proposed Regulations Addressing Fluctuating Workweek Schedules and Overtime

On November 4, 2019 the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) announced it would revise its fluctuating workweek rules. These rules apply to a fairly narrow segment of the total U.S. labor force. The revised rule would apply to salaried non-exempt employees whose hours vary each week.

The Strike Effect

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its October job report and while jobs were overall up, manufacturing jobs took a serious dip – a 36,000 dip.  Is this all due to the GM strike?


Tax Reform Information Center

Our team of experts will compile all of the information business owners like you need to understand and comply with the new tax law, and to help guide you through the decisions you will be faced with.  Rely on SBAM to have the most up-to-date information on the changes and to help you make important decisions about your company and your employees.

Here's what you'll find:

  • New corporate and pass through tax rates
  • Business expensing
  • Business credits
  • Should your pass through business become a C-Corp
  • Changes to you and your employees charitable deductions
  • And much more

Seminars and webinars are helpful, but they are only as good as the information available when they are delivered.  And, how can you be sure that the information you find through Internet search tools is accurate?  The implementation of the new tax law will not be static - new regulations will continue to be released by the Internal Revenue Service.  Our promise to you is that we will keep information current so that you have the best and most reliable information available when you need it.


This information has been prepared by various firms and is being provided to you with their permission by the Small Business Association of Michigan (SBAM) for informational purposes only.  This material does not provide individually tailored legal, tax, accounting or regulatory advice.  By providing this information to you, SBAM is not advising you to take any particular action based upon the information provided in this material.  Prior to making any change, you should determine, in consultation with your own advisors, the potential economic, legal, tax or regulatory risks or merits of the transaction.  SBAM does not provide tax or legal advice, nor are we affiliated with any of the firms providing information.