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The Ohio Department of Taxation requires all employers issuing more than 10 W-2 Forms annually to electronically file those forms beginning with forms filed in 2022 for the 2021 calendar year. These forms will be required to be uploaded through the Ohio Business Gateway using the Simplified W-2 Upload format. To aid in this new

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The sheer amount of student loan debt individuals are graduating from higher education with has been increasingly covered in the news. While the government has been working to forgive student loan debt for certain people, there is something employers can do to help take the burden off employees and their tax liability. In addition to

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Tax compliance is an essential aspect of any business, with sales and use tax making up a large portion of overall tax requirements. However, sales and use tax can get complicated very quickly as each state and local tax has its own rules and nuances. With increased connectivity and remote capabilities, it has become easier

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Are you hiring? Have you considered the Work Opportunity Tax Credit? Don’t go it alone, call us. A lot of businesses are hiring right now and it pays to consider the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). The credit has been extended through 2026 and employers shouldn’t overlook this credit. There are strict certification requirements established

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Remote work has been a hot topic for the past several years. Since workplaces were strongly encouraged to allow non-essential employees to work from home in 2020, remote work has become an even bigger discussion. As regulations allow companies to bring employees back into the office, many are asking if remote work is a viable

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Payne Nickles & Company, CPAs is proud to announce the scholarship winners for the 2021-2022 academic years! The annual scholarships are funded through an account established by Payne Nickles & Company, CPAs within the Huron County Community Foundation, and are available to any second, third, fourth or fifth year accounting major in Erie, Huron or

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Earlier this year, the American Rescue Plan (ARP) was announced, including some temporary updates to the child tax credits available for many parents. Under the ARP, eligible parents of dependent children can take a tax deduction of up to $3,600 per child, depending on the child’s age and household income. Part of this tax deduction

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Buying property and selling after it’s appreciated is a wealth-building strategy that has been around for centuries. It’s even better if that property can make you money, say through rental income. If you’ve been considering allowing short-term vacation rental contracts for your properties, or if you’re already allowing them, keep reading. The following article will

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Cryptocurrency, a type of virtual currency that utilizes cryptography to validate and secure transactions digitally recorded on a distributed ledger, such as a blockchain, has been on the rise over the past several years. Approximately 14 percent of Americans own at least one share of virtual currency. Therefore, it’s essential to understand the tax implications

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