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EHTC's 28th Annual Chipping for Charity!

Chipping for Charity
EHTC's 28th Annual Chipping for Charity!

The charity golf outing will take place on Wednesday, September 10, 2014, at Scott Lake Country Club, located at 911 Hayes NE in Comstock Park.  The event will kick off with a shotgun start at 11:00 am.

100% of the proceeds will benefit Ele's Place - a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to creating awareness of and support for grieving children and their families in West Michigan!

The cost to participate in the tournament is $150 per individual, $280 per twosome, and $500 per foursome.  Each participant will get a lunch, 18 holes of golf, a golf cart, and a seat at the Dinner Reception.  There will be hole contests and shootouts.  In our shootouts, 4 people will have a chance to win $50,000 and 1 lucky person will have a chance to win $1,000,000!  Names will be drawn the day of the event!

Registration begins today! 

Visit for sponsorship opportunities and registration details or contact Laura Esther at EHTC (616.575.3482).

Inundated with Tax Clutter? Here's What You Can Toss


E-filing is on the upswing. According to the Data Book recently released by the IRS, the agency processed 240 million returns during its last fiscal year, of which 59 percent, or 151 million, were filed electronically. Of the 146 million individual income tax returns filed, almost 83 percent were e-filed.

Potential Tax Credits and Savings for Not-for-Profit Entities

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Could your not-for-profit be in line for tax credits with the enactment of the Affordable Care Act? Are you paying unnecessary taxes? Be sure to take note of the following money saving ideas for not-for-profit entities.

Don't Lose Your Tax Exempt Status

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While often less discussed, not-for-profit organizations have their own filing responsibilities with the Internal Revenue Service. These filing requirements vary from one organization to another and can depend on location and operation. To avoid losing the tax-exempt status, it’s imperative that organizations take note of these tips.

Critical IRS Steps for Not-for-Profit Status


“I filed my Articles of Incorporation with the State of Michigan, which is all I have to do, right?"

CRM: Engaging Customers Today

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In the last five years, how companies connect with customers has undergone extreme change. In almost every aspect, one way marketing communication is going away. How customers engage with your organization is more important than collecting the one way marketing messages that have been sent out.

Food for Thought When Making Year-End Charitable Contributions


'Tis the season for charitable gift giving. Studies show that the average charity receives about 40% of its annual contributions between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. This article provides tips to ensure your contributions are tax deductible in 2013 and that they will actually go to a legitimate charity, not a scam.

Nine Bright Year-End Tax Planning Strategies for Individuals


The end of another year is coming up, and with it, some of the last opportunities to minimize your individual 2013 taxable income. The good news: There's still time to take advantage of some tax-saving strategies before December 31st. Here are nine ideas to consider that involve charitable contributions, medical expenses, investments, college tuition bills and more. 

Reduce Your Company's Credit Card Fees by 10-25%

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If you accept credit cards for payment, odds are that you're paying too much for processing. In fact, an estimated 85% of businesses could be paying less.

Gaining a Competitive Edge with Video - Complimentary Whitepaper

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No matter what business or organization you work in, the competition is becoming fierce.  Whether you are a not-for-profit attracting donors or a business in an extremely competitive industry, the time to make that first impression is shrinking. In addition, the method we engage with our customers is changing significantly.   

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