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  • May 01, 2020

    Appeals court upholds centralized collection, other muni tax reforms

    In a win for Ohio’s CPA profession – and Ohio taxpayers – the state’s 10th District Court of Appeals on Jan. 29 upheld a lower court decision supporting the constitutionality of centralized collection of municipal net profits taxes and other municipal tax reforms adopted in recent years by the Ohio General Assembly.
  • May 01, 2020

    OSCPA asks Congress for taxpayer relief in wake of reform

    The Ohio Society of CPAs this week sent a letter to Ohio’s Congressional Delegation urging them to provide relief to taxpayers in the wake of tax reform and the recent federal government shutdown.
  • May 01, 2020

    Podcast: Ruling saved more than just centralized filing

    Last week’s appeals court decision in favor of the Ohio Department of Taxation over cities was good news for the state’s economy for several reasons, said Barbara Benton, CAE, OSCPA’s VP of government relations.
  • May 01, 2020

    Businesses stand to miss out as March 1 deadline looms

    Many Ohio businesses will miss out on the chance to save on some of their tax compliance burden – estimated by the Ohio Department of Taxation to collectively save Ohioans more than $800 million in administrative costs – if they ignore a deadline coming up March 1.