Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder said that the state should become a national leader in its tax policies. The 2011 business tax reforms get the state close to that goal, according to the Tax Foundation’s state business tax climate index. Here is their summary of how Michigan’s corporate tax changes improved the state’s business tax climate ranking.


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