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Deadline to Challenge Property Tax Valuations Looms

The April 1st deadline to file property tax challenges is rapidly approaching. Recent tax years have seen historically large property value increases. So, it is more important than ever to ensure your property is appropriately valued. And, because so many... Read More

Ohio Reduces Its Income Tax and Commercial Activity Tax

On July 4, 2023, Governor Mike DeWine signed the Ohio Biennial Budget Bill (House Bill 33) into law. Included in the Budget Bill are dramatic changes to the Ohio personal income tax and commercial activity tax. Personal Income Tax Since... Read More

March 31st is the Deadline to Challenge Your Property Tax Valuation and This Year, the Rules Have Changed

The March 31 deadline to file property tax challenges rapidly approaches. This is the first cycle after Ohio enacted fundamental property tax reform. House Bill 126 now restricts the school districts’ ability to challenge property tax values for most taxpayers.... Read More

Ringing in the New Year with the Highest-Ever Exemption Amounts for Gift and Estate Taxes

For 2023, the IRS announced increased exemption amounts for gift, estate, and generation-skipping transfer taxes. Because of inflation, these increases are the largest-ever, and offer tremendous wealth transfer planning opportunities. The gift tax annual exclusion increased this year by $1,000... Read More

Ohio Senate Bill 246: Pass-Through Entity Tax and the New Ohio SALT Cap Workaround

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine recently signed Senate Bill 246, which will save many Ohio taxpayers thousands of dollars in federal income tax. Senate Bill 246 (the “Bill”) functions as a workaround to the $10,000 state and local tax (SALT) itemized... Read More

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