Michigan Supreme Court: S Corporation Shareholders May Combine Business Income From Separate Entities

The Michigan Supreme Court held that the Income Tax Act does not prohibit individual S corporation shareholders from combining the profits and losses from unitary flow-through businesses and then apportioning that income on the basis of the businesses' combined apportionment factors, and that apportionment is not limited to domestic businesses during the tax years at issue.

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