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  • Jun 26, 2022

    Week in Review: June 26, 2022

    Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted announced recently that $100 million was available in the second round of the Transformational Mixed-Used Development Program.
  • Jun 24, 2022

    OSCPA-backed BID bill signed into law

    This OSCPA priority bill clarifies that gains from the sale of an ownership interest in a business is considered ‘business income’ for Ohio income tax purposes.
  • Jun 24, 2022

    DOL overtime rule expected in fall

    The Department of Labor is expected to issue a new rule on overtime pay exemptions this fall that is likely to expand the pool of American workers eligible for overtime pay.
  • Jun 24, 2022

    Politicos on the Move: June 26, 2022

    Janice Lynne Culver, CPA, of Dayton has been appointed to the Accountancy Board for a term beginning June 17, 2022, and ending Oct. 20, 2022.
  • Jun 17, 2022

    Week in Review: June 19, 2022

    Gov. Mike DeWine signed the $3.5 billion capital budget bill on Tuesday, telling reporters it's unlike any capital budget he's aware of in Ohio history.
  • Jun 16, 2022

    Gov. DeWine signs OSCPA-backed SALT bill into law

    Gov. DeWine signed on Tuesday Senate Bill 246, known as the SALT cap parity bill, which levies a tax on a pass-through entity's income apportioned to Ohio and authorizes a refundable income tax credit for an owner for such tax paid.
  • Jun 16, 2022

    Colorado’s new retail delivery fee takes effect in July

    The Colorado Department of Revenue has notified retailers of a new Retail Delivery Fee that will collect $0.27 every time they deliver taxable goods to a Colorado address.
  • Jun 16, 2022

    Treasury issues guidance to assist CPAs in relation to Russia sanctions

    The Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control on June 9 issued guidance that will assist CPAs and firms providing tax services to U.S. subsidiaries of Russian companies.
  • Jun 16, 2022

    Politicos on the Move: June 19, 2022

    Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) has been certified by the Franklin County Board of Elections as a Democratic candidate for the new House District 6 in the August 2 primary.
  • Jun 10, 2022

    Week in Review: June 12, 2022

    Better than expected tax collections continued in May with $105.3 million collected in excess of forecasts, bringing the state's FY22 tax collections to $2.55 billion over estimates with just one month left in the fiscal year.