Ohio Department of Taxation Hosts Ohio Virtual Tax Academy

The Ohio Department of Taxation is having their next free Ohio Virtual Tax Academy on Wednesday, August 16.

Since its introduction in December 2013, the Ohio Virtual Tax Academy has been enthusiastically received by the business and tax professional community and the public. Here are some recent comments from attendees:

  • “As a taxpayer and tax preparer, I appreciate these webinars. Ohio’s efforts to communicate the workings of the tax system are very beneficial to me and help me better service my clients. I know it is a lot of work for your personnel, but it is appreciated. Keep up the good work.”
  • “The Department should be commended for providing this service. The presentation is well done, the materials are excellent and so were the speakers. This is an excellent way to get meaningful CLE.”
  • “Good format. It humanizes the tax department, which is a good thing. The more you can educate us the better for Ohio and its citizens.”
  • “Excellent webinar. The questions I had were answered timely during the presentation. I felt the breaks were timed well, and the variety of speakers was good.”

If you’re not familiar, the Virtual Tax Academy is a half-day learning event. It is designed for small businesses, tax professionals or anyone interested in learning how to interact effectively with Ohio’s tax system.

Senior staff from the department will discuss a variety of topics, including tax changes in the recently passed state biennial budget, an overview of Ohio’s Consumer’s Use Tax and common errors and miscalculations regarding the Small Business Investor Income Deduction and the Business Income Deduction.

The program will run from 8:20 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. There is no cost to attend and the course content qualifies for continuing education credits – 3.0 C.L.E. credits (pending approval) and 3.5 C.P.E. credits.

For more details and registration information, click here.