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Something For Everyone

Something For Everyone

01-Oct-2018
Tax cuts bring business benefits, accounting complexities On Dec. 22, 2017, President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law. Passed by the House of Representatives on Dec. 19 and then the Senate three days later, the bill makes widespread changes to the Internal Revenue Code. ...
Boys & Girls Club of Michigan City to hold Steak & Burger Dinner

Boys & Girls Club of Michigan City to hold Steak & Burger Dinner

12-May-2018
MICHIGAN CITY – The Boys & Girls Club of Michigan City will hold a Steak & Burger Dinner fundraiser on Friday at 5:30 p.m. at the Uptown Center, 907 Franklin St. ...
A passion for accounting, and the community

A passion for accounting, and the community

04-Mar-2017
MICHIGAN CITY – Teaching financial literacy through Junior Achievement, driving a fire truck through Long Beach or volunteering for the Chamber of Commerce are just a few ways the Applegate family can be seen serving the community. ...
Megan Applegate figures it out for nonprofits

Megan Applegate figures it out for nonprofits

26-Sep-2016
Most preschoolers probably don't know what a certified public accountant is, let alone announce at their preschool graduation they would like to become one. ...
Applegate celebrates 30 years in Michigan City

Applegate celebrates 30 years in Michigan City

13-Jul-2014
MICHIGAN CITY – Teaching financial literacy through Junior Achievement, driving a fire truck through Long Beach or volunteering for the Chamber of Commerce are just a few ways the Applegate family can be seen serving the community. ...
Getting the high score: Blake Applegate

Getting the high score: Blake Applegate

13-Apr-2013
MICHIGAN CITY — Blake Applegate, a former Michigan City resident who is now an accountant in Chicago, is one of 39 winners of the 2012 Elijah Watt Sells Award, which is bestowed upon candidates who have a cumulative average score above 95.5 across all four sections of the Uniform CPA exam. ...