Ohio Taxpayers May Be Missing a Big Deduction Opportunity

From OMA Connections Partner Clark Schaefer Hackett: “A surprising number of Ohio taxpayers are missing a golden opportunity to reduce their tax liability using a relatively straightforward deduction.

“The Ohio Business Income Deduction allows taxpayers to deduct from their federal adjusted gross income the first $250,000 of business income earned by single taxpayers or married taxpayers who file jointly. For married taxpayers who file separately, the deduction applies to the first $125,000 of business income.”

Read more about this opportunity. 4/1/2019