Ohio Sales and Use Tax

Are You Filing An Ohio Use Tax Return?

Like other states, Ohio’s use tax is complementary to its sales tax, with tax being imposed upon the storage, use, or consumption of tangible personal property in Ohio and the receipt of the benefit of a taxable service, to the extent sales tax has not been paid.  The reality is that every Ohio resident and business operating in Ohio... Read More

New Sourcing Rules for Ohio Sales Tax Effective January 1, 2010

As  part of Ohio’s participation in the Streamline Sales/Use Tax Project, Ohio was forced to switch to destination based sourcing for sales tax purposes. Now, since the governing rules have been relaxed, Ohio will revert back to origin sourcing for most sales effective January 1, 2010. The most significant change is with respect to delivery sales (i.e., mail order,... Read More

Are You Paying Ohio Sales Tax on Leased Employees?

Otherwise taxable “employment services” are exempt if the personnel are assigned to the purchaser on a permanent basis under a one-year contract. This does not mean the individuals must work for the purchaser forever (or even continuously during the one-year term), but only that each leased employee is intended to be used for an indefinite period of... Read More