Ohio Small Business Owners Get a Break

There’s a new tax deduction in Ohio that gives small business up to a 50% tax deduction on their state income taxes. This includes sole proprietorships, partnerships (and LLCs taxed as partnerships), and S-Corporations. The deduction is taken on Form IT SBD. The deduction is on up to a maximum of $250,000 in business income; this means you can have $125,000 for the maximum deduction. The deduction also can’t exceed a taxpayer’s Ohio Adjusted Gross Income.

More information is available from the Ohio Department of Taxation.

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