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Written by:  Jeff Senney, Tax and Business Law Attorney In Notice 2018-54, the IRS informed taxpayers that it intends to propose regulations which address the federal income tax treatment of  tax deduction payments made by taxpayers to certain state-established "charitable funds."  These funds were created by...

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The Ohio Senate passed Small Business Deduction legislation (SB 186) 30-2.  This legislation is intended to clarify, retroactive to 2013, that small business owners who engage a professional employer organization to handle their payroll  receive the same tax incentive as those small business owners who do not. HB...

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Update 9/20/2016 The Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct issued a non-binding opinion on August 5, 2016, stating that due to existing Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct, lawyers may not advise a client regarding medical marijuana issues because lawyers cannot  engage in conduct that violates...

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  The National Labor Relations Board often takes a pro-labor stance when deciding cases brought before it.  In a number of cases where the Employer terminated an employee for posting disparaging comments about the Employer or the workplace on Facebook or another internet site, the NLRB ordered the Employer...

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