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August 2017 Archives

More and more business startup steps can be done online

The list of things individuals can do online has grown to be quite large. It includes a good number of tasks involved in starting a business. Here in Ohio, among the things a startup owner can do on the internet is submit their filings for starting their business to the state.

What happens if I fall behind on my property tax?

Although it comes at the same time twice a year, your property tax bill likely surprises you. Like countless others in Ohio, that often unplanned-for expense will either wreck your budget or go to the back burner where you will deal with it later. However, later may not come until the next tax bill arrives, further complicating your financial situation.

Travel costs related to volunteering can be deductible

It is pretty well-known that donations to charity can be tax deductible. However, giving gifts of money or assets is far from the only way individuals support the charities they care about. People also may donate their time to charities through volunteering. Can taxpayers claim any deductions for this method of supporting a charitable cause?

Estimated tax mistakes can lead to tax penalties

There are many things individuals might be worried about when it comes to taxes. One is that they might accidentally subject themselves to tax penalties. There are a range of tax mistakes that could expose a person to such penalties. These penalties can have significant financial ramifications for a person.

Delinquent payroll taxes mean tough penalties

Each week, your employees fill out time sheets, punch the clock or log in to record the hours they work. You or someone you hired keeps track of those hours, calculates the pay for each employee and issues a weekly check or deposit for the total amount, minus payroll taxes. The person responsible for managing payroll then submits the payroll taxes to the Internal Revenue Service. At least, that's what is supposed to happen.

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