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Real estate firm issuing bonuses after tax reform


A real estate firm in the area is offering bonuses to all employees ... tax plan has generated “a more optimistic vision for the future of business in West Michigan and the U.S.” Land and Company Established in 1987, Land and Company is a property ...


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Home » Real estate firm issuing bonuses after tax reform Banking & Finance, Human Resources, and Real Estate Real estate firm issuing bonuses after tax reform February 6, 2018 | By Ehren Wynder | TAGS bonus / Land and Company / tax / Taxes var addthis_share = addthis_share || {} addthis_share = { passthrough : { twitter: { via: "grbj", text: "Real estate firm issuing bonuses after tax reform" } } } Share $(function(){ addthis.init(); }); Text Size: A A Related Articles Steel company giving bonuses after tax reform Bank plans pay raises and bonuses after tax reform Bank plans wage hike and bonuses after tax reform Related Events Business Legal Issues Trinity Senior Living Communities Hiring RNs and CENAs IMMEDIATE OPENINGS WITH SIGN-ON BONUS 15th Annual ICSC West Michigan P3 Retail Program Photo via pexels.com A real estate firm in the area is offering bonuses to all employees as a result of the recent federal tax overhaul. Wyoming-based Land and Company said yesterday it will give its 177 employees special one-time bonuses. Full-time staff will receive a $1,000 bonus, part-timers will receive $500 and seasonal employees will receive $250. All employees will see the bonus in their Feb16 paychecks. Land and Company said it believes the federal tax plan has generated “a more optimistic vision for the future of business in West Michigan and the U.S.” Land and Company Established in 1987, Land and Company is a property development and management company with properties in Grand Rapids, Allegan, Holland and Kalamazoo. 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