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Ohio’s Commercial Activity Tax (CAT) will undergo significant changes in 2024 and 2025, representing a substantial shift in the state’s approach to business taxation, with far-reaching implications for Ohio residents and the business community. The commercial activity tax (CAT) is an annual tax imposed on the privilege of doing business in Ohio, measured by gross

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) unveiled proposed guidelines on Digital Asset Reporting, highlighting the mandatory reporting requirements for digital assets, from cryptocurrencies to non-fungible tokens (NFTs). This move comes in tandem with the exponential growth and mainstream acceptance of digital assets. In this article, we’ll review the reasons behind the proposed guidelines, what they mean

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Governor Mike DeWine has recently enacted Amended Substitute House Bill 33 (HB 33), bringing significant benefits to Ohio businesses and their owners. This legislation, which includes several advantageous changes for taxpayers, will have a two-step implementation process. Operating appropriations are already in effect as of July 4, 2023, while the remaining provisions will come into

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Fraud. Scam. Phishing. Regardless of what you call these illicit activities, it’s important to protect yourself against the bad players that take advantage of weaknesses for their gain. Not only is it inconvenient, but there’s often a financial cost when you’re a victim of fraud.  The IRS releases an annual ‘Dirty Dozen’ list featuring the

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As a business owner, you understand the importance of making the right decisions and keeping your finances to survive. When you want to thrive, however, you need the kind of insight and experience that will drive strategy and deliver results. The sharp financial perspective of a CFO can make a world of difference in a

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The IRS has released the updated tax brackets, deductions, and credits for the 2023 tax year. While tax filing for this year won’t happen until early 2024, it’s important to pay attention to your tax rate. Strategizing now can help minimize your tax liability and maximize your income potential. Here are the updated numbers for

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The IRS recently released the 2023 mileage rates for businesses to use as guidance when reimbursing workers for applicable miles driven within the year. The rates tend to increase yearly to account for rising fuel and vehicle and maintenance costs and insurance rate increases.    Businesses can use the standard mileage rate to calculate the deductible

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The following are guidelines for preparation of 1099’s for 2022. As always, we would be happy to prepare these information returns for you, if you wish. We ask that you complete the attached information sheet and return it to us by January 13, 2023 in order for us to meet filing deadlines. We recommend you

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Throughout the year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will designate incidents that adversely affect residents in the affected areas as disasters. This FEMA designation puts relief efforts in motion, both short and long-term.   While immediate needs like food, water, and shelter are at the top of the list, long-term efforts, like relief options through

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On October 21, 2022, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced the updated contribution limits to retirement plans in Notice 2022-55. The new limits are valid beginning in tax year 2023. These limits are important, as they cap the tax benefits that can be realized from retirement plan savings contributions each year and are adjusted to

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