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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 several of the budget bill’s tax provisions.

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.

Some Ohio taxpayers reporting getting old tax bills

Facing a large state tax bill can be an intimidating situation for an Ohio taxpayer. Such tax bills could expose a person to various collection tactics, and responding to such a bill can pose challenges. Certain things could make such a situation even more complicated. One is if the bill is in relation to a very old tax debt.

States vary in their sales tax treatment of the sharing economy

Businesses can be heavily impacted by a wide range of tax laws and policies. This includes the sales tax laws and policies of the states that they operate in. States vary greatly in their sales tax rules. This includes in their rules regarding how their sales tax applies to the sharing economy.

Ohio ranked ninth for average federal tax liability

With tax day just having passed, federal taxes can be fresh on people’s minds. How much federal tax liability do people here in the U.S. generally have? Well, reportedly, in 2016, the national per-person average for federal taxes paid was $8,943. This includes income, estate and payroll taxes.

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