Business year-end tax planning in a TCJA world

The first tax-filing season under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was a time of uncertainty for many businesses as they struggled with the implications of the law’s sweeping changes for their bottom lines. With the next filing season […]

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Governor approves changes to BID eligibility

Gov. Mike DeWine on Nov. 6 signed into law an OSCPA-supported bill that strikes the ban barring lobbyists and attorneys from using the business income tax deduction. House amendments to tax omnibus bill SB26, approved in the Senate Oct. 23, add […]

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Federal Tax News

There’s a tax credit for parents of kids who don’t qualify to claim the child tax credit. In order to claim the child credit, your child must meet certain requirements, including being under the age of 17. If the child doesn’t […]

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Signs FY 2020-21 Budget Bill

On July 18, 2019, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed the fiscal year 2020-21 budget bill. The legislation incorporates multiple tax provision changes which include, among other things, amendments concerning income, sales and use, vapor products, gross receipts, and property taxes […]

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Federal Tax News

The IRS is offering some “summertime tax tips” for a sunnier tax season. For example, summer brides should report any name changes to the Social Security Administration before filing tax returns next year. Report address changes to the U.S. Postal […]

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Gift Tax Case Reopens Tax-Affecting Debate

Most U.S. businesses operate as so-called “pass-through” entities, including partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs) and S corporations. Electing pass-through status allows these businesses to avoid entity-level taxes. Instead, taxes are paid at the level of the individual owners.    For […]

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