OUR THOUGHTS ON:

SORT OPTIONS: Most Recent | Most Viewed

Ohio to Voluntarily Refund Business Tax Overpayments

On June 17, 2014 Ohio Governor John Kasich signed into law Am. Sub. S.B. 263 giving the Ohio Department of Taxation the authority to quickly refund known ... read more >

Ohio House Bill 483 Provides Additional Tax Relief for Ohio Taxpayers

As a result of stronger than expected tax revenue due to the improving economy, Ohio enacted several law changes that will provide tax relief to all Ohio ... read more >

Ohio's Commercial Activity Tax and Economic Nexus

On March 6, 2014, the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals ruled in favor of the Ohio Department of Taxation in determining that L.L. Bean, Inc. owed commercial activity ... read more >

California's New Sales and Use Tax Manufacturing Exemption

A new California law, effective July 1, 2014, allows manufacturers and certain companies that perform research and development to obtain a partial exemption ... read more >

Will the Proposed Ohio House Bill 375 Bring Major Changes to Ohio's Oil and Natural Gas Severance Tax?

On December 4, 2013, Ohio House Republicans introduced House Bill 375, which if passed, will bring significant changes to the way Ohio taxes oil and gas ... read more >

Ohio Ends Fiscal Year with a $2.2 Billion Surplus

According to reports from the Ohio Office of Budget and Management, Ohio closed fiscal year 2013 with a surplus of $2.268 billion. The surplus was mainly ... read more >

Ohio House Eliminates Governor Kasich's Proposed Tax Reform

On February 4, 2013 Ohio Republican Governor John Kasich issued his Executive Budget to the Ohio General Assembly. Governor Kasich proposed wide-ranging ... read more >

Ohio Supreme Court Provides Guidance on Temporary Labor

Ohio has subjected temporary employment services to sales/use tax since 1993. (O.R.C. 5739.01(JJ)) What is clearly taxable is the provision of employment ... read more >

Ohio's Use Tax Amnesty Program Expires May 1st

Business taxpayers not registered for Ohio consumer use tax could miss out on significant savings if they do not take advantage of the Ohio Consumer Use ... read more >

Software and Sales Tax

Any company that has purchased software over the last four years, or is contemplating the purchase of new software, may have an opportunity to reduce their ... read more >