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Month: November 2017

Cities dispute Ohio’s power over local taxes

Governor John Kashich’s two-year budget plan, which allows business owners to file taxes with the state of Ohio rather than their city of residence, is being challenged by a group of Ohio municipalities. Over 100 towns and cities are filing suit in an attempt to block...

Wrapping up the tax year for your small business

Owning a business demands a lot of your time. You more than likely put a great deal of your time and effort into making it a success. Part of the time and effort you put into your business involves a plethora of paperwork. Depending on the nature of your business,...

Follow these 9 tips to reduce estate taxes

The old saying is true: The only two certain things in life are death and taxes. Even after you are deceased, you technically still owe the previous year’s income tax. There is also one more kind of tax that you must pay after your death: The estate tax. The estate...

Marriage and divorce in the GOP tax bill

Marriage and divorce are two of the bigger things that can happen in a person’s relationship life. They can also be big events when it comes to a person’s taxes. Getting married or divorced can have major impacts on the rules, challenges and opportunities that are...