Ohio Tax Amnesty is January 1, 2018, through February 15, 2018, for Individuals and Businesses

Avoid ALL penalties and HALF of your interest!

If you have unpaid taxes, Ohio Tax Amnesty could help you avoid 100% of penalties and 50% of interest due. Ohio Tax Amnesty will help you achieve a fresh start and settle your unpaid taxes that you have unreported* or underreported that were due and payable as of May 1, 2017.

You may qualify if you have certain unpaid taxes that were due as of May 1, 2017, and have NOT been contacted by the Ohio Department of Taxation. Not all taxes are eligible for Ohio Tax Amnesty; however, the following taxes are eligible:
• Individual Income Tax
• Individual School District Income Tax
• Employer Withholding Tax
• Employer Withholding School District Income Tax
• Pass-Through Entity Tax
• Sales Tax
• Use Tax
• Commercial Activity Tax
• Financial Institution Tax
• Cigarette or Other Tobacco Products Tax
• Alcoholic Beverage Tax

To be approved for Ohio Tax Amnesty, you must submit an application, all appropriate tax return(s) and full payment before the deadline. No partial payments or credit card payments can be accepted. The Ohio Tax Amnesty does not apply to you if the Ohio Department of Taxation has been in contact with you about your tax debt or if you filed a tax return but did not pay taxes.

If you are unsure if you have unreported or underreported taxes, please contact me at 330-453-7633 or sandrao@hallkistler.com.

*Unreported means you know you owe back tax but have not yet been contacted by the Ohio Department of Taxation.

Published by Sandra Orcutt

Sandra’s practice area includes 1040's and estates as well as preparation of tax returns, audits, reviews, and compilations. As a supervisor, she has recently passed her Enrolled Agent exam and now has the authority to appear before the IRS to discuss the technical aspects of income tax returns as filed. Before being promoted to Supervisor, Sandra started at HK as a seasonal preparer and had several years of Big Four and corporate accounting experience. As a double major, Sandra holds Bachelor of Science degrees in accounting and finance from the University of Akron. Sandra is very active in her children’s school communities and with her church and is a member of the Women’s Initiative Network (WIN), the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountant's.

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