Tax breaks for Clunkers

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Michigan motorists who donate vehicles to charities can continue claiming a state tax credit.

Gov. Jennifer Granholm on Monday announced the signing of an extension of a state law that otherwise would have expired at the end of this tax year.

Taxpayers may continue claiming a state income tax credit of up to $50 for single filers and up to $100 for married couples filing a joint return.

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  • by Anonymous on Dec 29, 2009 at 06:14 AM
    Many are in need of cars.Cash for clunkers destroyed many cars that were perfectly good and some one could of driven.Used car prices are up,and new car prices are way to high as well.All counties in Mi should have programs to get cars for those without.It is nice to have cars that are good on gas,but then again not all can afford.Then the price of insurances and up keep of cars.Now tire prices will go up to support china because they didn't like the tariffs put on what they ship here.Sad for the USA,great for greed.Greed is destroying many things.The pay or don't have is way out of hand.Many don't have cars and depend on others.
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