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    The 28th Annual Ohio Tax Conference: Wayfair, Tax Whisperers, & So Much More

    Posted by Kari Brooke on Feb 8, 2019 10:29:11 AM

    Well, the nation’s largest tax conference reared its informative head again at the end of January. It was time to talk about tax reform, the new Ohio tax administration, Wayfair and, of course, the taxability of Cincinnati Reds’ bobbleheads (again). I am one of those people who loves to learn, see old friends and meet new people so this is an enjoyable event for me.    

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    Topics: Takeaways, brixey and meyer, Tax updates, Tax Team, Tax, New Year, ohio, Wayfair

    City of Beavercreek Tax Incentives 2019

    Posted by Kari Brooke on Jan 31, 2019 8:42:15 AM

    Beavercreek is stepping into the future and plans to offer new incentive programs in an effort to attract and retain growing businesses. The economic development tools the City wants to implement this year could bring many new jobs and greater investment to the City. 

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    Topics: Takeaways, brixey and meyer, Tax updates, Tax Team, Tax, New Year, Beavercreek, dayton

    Manufacturers Aren't Immune From Wayfair's Sales Tax Impact

    Posted by Kari Brooke on Oct 24, 2018 10:44:38 AM

    Background on South Dakota vs. Wayfair

    Earlier this summer, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the landmark case South Dakota vs. Wayfair that the "physical presence test" for determining if a seller is required to administer sales taxes is “incorrect.” States may now legally require sellers to administer sales taxes, even if the seller has no in-state physical presence.

    The case is a momentous development in the debate over the digital economy’s responsibility for the collection of sales tax. As companies increasingly conduct business across state lines, how states and the federal government craft tax legislation that addresses the evolving definition of “nexus” significantly impacts all taxpayers—including manufacturers.

    While many states offer manufacturers generous sales tax exemptions on certain equipment and machinery purchases, the industry is now faced with new sales/use tax rules that impact both purchase and sale transactions. The Wayfair decision has important business implications manufacturers can’t afford to ignore—lest they wind up with a hefty tax bill they didn’t plan for.

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    Topics: Takeaways, brixey and meyer, Tax updates, Tax Team, Tax, Manufacturers

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