The event has concluded.

 

The Ohio Virtual Tax Academy (OVTA) is a free event designed to provide tax-related information to small business owners. Attorneys and accountants are also invited to attend and can earn up to three (3) CLE credits (pending Ohio Supreme Court approval) and up to three and a half (3.5) CPE credits. More information about the next OVTA will be available soon.

The latest event is scheduled for: November 15, 2017 

Important: If you are seeking CLE and/or CPE credit, you will be expected to watch/listen for the VTA “code words” that will be scattered throughout the presentations.  There are a total of six words that you will need to remember.  Upon exiting the event, you will be prompted to supply the code words in order to receive credit.  Failure to identify the appropriate code words will result in a loss of possible credit awarded. Effective January 1, 2014, attorneys may earn up to 12 hours of self-study CLE credit towards their annual limit from online webinars. The Ohio Department of Taxation is an equal opportunity employer and provider of ADA services.

If you have any questions please email Organizational Development or call us at (614) 466-7560. Our normal business hours are Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Agenda/Materials

Important:

The information presented in the slide presentations and contained in the FAQs is accurate as of the date of the presentation. To the extent that the positions stated in the FAQs do not conflict with any recent legislation, such positions are still in effect.  However, please note that the presentations and FAQs related to OVTA webinars are static and will not be updated to reflect more recent legislation, rules, court decisions, Information Releases or other types of guidance.  Additionally, many times the facts and circumstances surrounding the specific scenario will impact the answer.  Please contact the Department directly if you have any questions (Individual Income Tax - (800) 282-1780 or Business Tax - (888) 405-4039).

8:20 - 8:30

Opening Remarks

Nathan Wright & Joe Testa

8:30 - 9:20

Personal Income Tax Updates

This session will cover budget bill changes and all updates for the PIT & SD 2017 tax return filing. Some information regarding the Ohio ID Confirmation Quiz and ID Theft Breaches, electronic filing updates and changes will be included. Session will also cover helpful tips and reminders for filing.
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Ryan Jewell & Jackie Sampson

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9:20 - 9:25

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9:25 - 10:05

Employer Withholding Updates

This section will include the basics of Employer Withholding Tax; who is required to withhold, forms, filing requirements, common issues and updates.
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Loretta Hall

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10:05 - 10:10

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10:10 - 10:55

Updates from Legal

This session will provide an overview of the tax appeals process relating to tax assessments and refund denials. Additionally it will review commonly litigated income, pass-through, and withholding tax fact patterns, and provide the Department’s rationale for its position on the related issues.
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Matthew Dodovich & Christine Schwartz

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10:55 - 11:05

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11:05 - 11:50

Amnesty/Municipal Net Profit Tax

This session will provide an overview of the Department of Taxation’s role in administering the municipal net profit tax. Topics covered will include opting in with the Department, when to register, how to make estimated payments and file returns, and an overview of electronic filing. In addition to the municipal net profit tax, we will also cover the upcoming Ohio Tax Amnesty program which kicks off in Jan of 2018. You will learn about which taxes are eligible, how to qualify for the program and much more.
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Marina King & Jennifer McFarland

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 11:50 - 12:00

Evaluations/Closing Remarks

Nathan Wright

 

What if the amount for the amnesty is more than can be paid at one time? What if the amount for the amnesty is more than can be paid at one time? Would filing a personal tax extension for 2016 disqualify the taxpayer from amnesty for that periodWould filing a personal tax extension for 2016 disqualify the taxpayer from amnesty for that periodWhat are acceptable delivery methods to guarantee a postmark date of 2/15/18 for tax amnesty (FedEx, etc.)?What are acceptable delivery methods to guarantee a postmark date of 2/15/18 for tax amnesty (FedEx, etc.)?Will Amnesty apply to an amended 2016 return requiring additional payment if the original 2016 return was on extension until Oct. 16, 2017? Will Amnesty apply to an amended 2016 return requiring additional payment if the original 2016 return was on extension until Oct. 16, 2017? Can you do part amnesty and part VDA? Can you do part amnesty and part VDA? You mentioned submitting a worksheet or workpaper as an alternative to tax return(s) depending on tax type. For which types of tax would workpapers detailing tax liability be accepted in lieu of a tax return? Specifically interested in CAT/sales & use. You mentioned submitting a worksheet or workpaper as an alternative to tax return(s) depending on tax type. For which types of tax would workpapers detailing tax liability be accepted in lieu of a tax return? Specifically interested in CAT/sales & use. So, would a VDA be a better option if total amount is not payable? So, would a VDA be a better option if total amount is not payable? Will the Ohio Department of Taxation be responsible for auditing/resolving net profits tax liabilities for years prior to the effective date of the House Bill or will the individual cities be responsible? Will the Ohio Department of Taxation be responsible for auditing/resolving net profits tax liabilities for years prior to the effective date of the House Bill or will the individual cities be responsible? Some clients only wish to opt-in if the Department will be able to accept returns prepared using third party tax prep software vs. entering data into the OBG. Will this be an option?Some clients only wish to opt-in if the Department will be able to accept returns prepared using third party tax prep software vs. entering data into the OBG. Will this be an option?Slide 47 states that no one has to notify a municipal corporation if they are subject to municipal net profit tax for the first time. How is the municipality supposed to know that net profit tax is due to them? Slide 47 states that no one has to notify a municipal corporation if they are subject to municipal net profit tax for the first time. How is the municipality supposed to know that net profit tax is due to them? If I opt-in, can I still file a paper return in lieu of electronic filing? If I opt-in, can I still file a paper return in lieu of electronic filing? Can PTEs elect this option? I can understand the Corporation but I thought that S-Corp has the option to file the local return at the S-Corp level. Has this changed? Can PTEs elect this option? I can understand the Corporation but I thought that S-Corp has the option to file the local return at the S-Corp level. Has this changed? Will a letter be sent for the new business so that the payment is not lost due to no account being set up with the municipality? We will still have to register with them for withholdings. Will a letter be sent for the new business so that the payment is not lost due to no account being set up with the municipality? We will still have to register with them for withholdings. Will you have a standard form for notifying the municipalities that the taxpayer has elected to file through the state system? Will you have a standard form for notifying the municipalities that the taxpayer has elected to file through the state system? Some municipalities do not permit filing online for withholding; some municipalities do not allow use of the OBG. Will all municipalities be included in the opt-in net profit tax option and be able to file on the OBG? Some municipalities do not permit filing online for withholding; some municipalities do not allow use of the OBG. Will all municipalities be included in the opt-in net profit tax option and be able to file on the OBG? What if the taxpayer has not determined all of the municipalities for which 2017 returns will be filed before the 3/1/18 registration deadline? Should the form be completed using the 2016 municipalities? What if the taxpayer has not determined all of the municipalities for which 2017 returns will be filed before the 3/1/18 registration deadline? Should the form be completed using the 2016 municipalities? How do you sign up for a city if they are not on OBG. For example, Shelby Ohio is not on OBG for WH taxes. Will they be available for muni tax? How do you sign up for a city if they are not on OBG. For example, Shelby Ohio is not on OBG for WH taxes. Will they be available for muni tax? How do you know what cities to select, contractors do not know what cities they will work in year to year? Can you add cities later? How do you know what cities to select, contractors do not know what cities they will work in year to year? Can you add cities later? Is Schedule B only required if you file on a consolidated basis? Is Schedule B only required if you file on a consolidated basis? Can you opt in if your municipalities change from year to year? If yes, how would you register? Example a plumber - May have new cities in year 2 than in year 1 when registered. Can you opt in if your municipalities change from year to year? If yes, how would you register? Example a plumber - May have new cities in year 2 than in year 1 when registered. How are the estimated payments allocated to the different municipalities? How are the estimated payments allocated to the different municipalities? Are estimates totaled on the Gateway and only one payment is made? Are estimates totaled on the Gateway and only one payment is made? Are there specific procedures for adding or removing municipalities from my registration as changes occur up to the date of filing? Are there specific procedures for adding or removing municipalities from my registration as changes occur up to the date of filing? For those cities administered by RITA or CCA, do we just need to notify RITA or CCA or do we have to notify the individual cities? For those cities administered by RITA or CCA, do we just need to notify RITA or CCA or do we have to notify the individual cities? Why is the 4th quarter estimate due on 12/15? It has always been due on 01/15? Why is the 4th quarter estimate due on 12/15? It has always been due on 01/15? Is the $200 estimated tax threshold based on a per municipality basis or on a combined basis? Is the $200 estimated tax threshold based on a per municipality basis or on a combined basis? Beginning in 2019, are all business taxpayers required to file city tax returns through the OBG? Beginning in 2019, are all business taxpayers required to file city tax returns through the OBG? Can companies filing in only city also use this system?Can companies filing in only city also use this system?Do I have to notify each jurisdiction in RITA/CCA individually if we opt-in to the single state filing?Do I have to notify each jurisdiction in RITA/CCA individually if we opt-in to the single state filing?Will overpayments applied to 2017 on a paper filed 2016 return be visible on the electronically filed 2017 return through Ohio's website? Will overpayments applied to 2017 on a paper filed 2016 return be visible on the electronically filed 2017 return through Ohio's website? Why can't Ohio share the information with the municipalities of who opted in instead of taxpayers notifying? Why can't Ohio share the information with the municipalities of who opted in instead of taxpayers notifying? Will all estimates be done on one form also? In other words, will they be done on one form and one payment? Will all estimates be done on one form also? In other words, will they be done on one form and one payment? How do tax preparers file tax returns for taxpayers through this new system?How do tax preparers file tax returns for taxpayers through this new system?Will we be able to upload the copy of our federal return to the OBG? Will we be able to upload the copy of our federal return to the OBG? If I register to file a Net Profits Return and need to file for a new city what do I do? How do I terminate cities that I know longer need to file? If I register to file a Net Profits Return and need to file for a new city what do I do? How do I terminate cities that I know longer need to file? Can you amend a petition for reassessment that has not been acted on? Can you amend a petition for reassessment that has not been acted on? What is the department's responsibility to keep a taxpayer informed during the 4-year period? What is the department's responsibility to keep a taxpayer informed during the 4-year period? Is it a best practice to request the hearing regardless? Is it a best practice to request the hearing regardless? I’ve used the Finder and have not noticed any inaccuracies. I’ve used the Finder and have not noticed any inaccuracies. I have previously received a refund denial, but I don't recollect it saying anywhere on the notice that only have 60 days to provide info. Is that new? I have previously received a refund denial, but I don't recollect it saying anywhere on the notice that only have 60 days to provide info. Is that new? We have a sales tax appeal that was filed in April of 2016. We have heard nothing back from the state of Ohio. Can we amend to request a hearing and/or propose a settlement amount? We have a sales tax appeal that was filed in April of 2016. We have heard nothing back from the state of Ohio. Can we amend to request a hearing and/or propose a settlement amount? Can you address abatement in the Administrative Review Hearing or is this a separate process? Can you address abatement in the Administrative Review Hearing or is this a separate process? How do you access final determinations if they are public records?How do you access final determinations if they are public records?Do I have to send in all information to support my deductions/ credits when filing my return? Do I have to send in all information to support my deductions/ credits when filing my return? Can a CPA represent their clients on BTA cases? Can a CPA represent their clients on BTA cases? If you request a hearing on a reassessment request, does the Department still have 4 years to respond? If you request a hearing on a reassessment request, does the Department still have 4 years to respond? Is not the stock option argument the same one that years ago that was being used for retired teachers and government employees who moved to other states and states were trying to tax that retirement income? Is not the stock option argument the same one that years ago that was being used for retired teachers and government employees who moved to other states and states were trying to tax that retirement income? A retired individual is selling her Ohio home and has purchased a condo on a ship. She will continuously travel the world, and this will be her only home. She will own nothing in Ohio and I am not sure if she will even have a driver’s license. Is she still an Ohio resident? A retired individual is selling her Ohio home and has purchased a condo on a ship. She will continuously travel the world, and this will be her only home. She will own nothing in Ohio and I am not sure if she will even have a driver’s license. Is she still an Ohio resident? What does PTE stand for? What does PTE stand for? Regarding Small Business Deduction, taxpayer owns 100% of S Corp. Taxpayer and Spouse receive W-2 wages from S Corp. Can you report both W-2's as compensation for purposes of calculating the business deduction? Regarding Small Business Deduction, taxpayer owns 100% of S Corp. Taxpayer and Spouse receive W-2 wages from S Corp. Can you report both W-2's as compensation for purposes of calculating the business deduction? Is the PTE add back the same for Sec 179 deductions? Is the PTE add back the same for Sec 179 deductions? What is the code/regulation/notice that requires school district withholding?What is the code/regulation/notice that requires school district withholding?As an employer, what is my responsibility to ensure I properly withhold school district income tax from my employees’ compensation?As an employer, what is my responsibility to ensure I properly withhold school district income tax from my employees’ compensation?What happens if an employer does not properly withhold school district income tax from their employees’ compensation? What happens if an employer does not properly withhold school district income tax from their employees’ compensation? What if an employer is located in a non-taxing school district?What if an employer is located in a non-taxing school district?Where can I find out if my employee lives in a school district that requires withholding from their paycheck?Where can I find out if my employee lives in a school district that requires withholding from their paycheck?If an Ohio employer has an employee who has moved to Florida to now work for the employer in his home office in Florida, does the employer have to withhold Ohio taxes on his wages?If an Ohio employer has an employee who has moved to Florida to now work for the employer in his home office in Florida, does the employer have to withhold Ohio taxes on his wages?Can you please provide the list of reciprocal states?Can you please provide the list of reciprocal states?If withholding is zero for a quarter, do you still need to file electronically on the Ohio Business Gateway?If withholding is zero for a quarter, do you still need to file electronically on the Ohio Business Gateway?I have a client that currently submits his Ohio withholding payment each month with the Ohio Treasurer of State. Is the taxpayer also required to submit the Ohio IT 501 electronically on the Ohio Business Gateway?I have a client that currently submits his Ohio withholding payment each month with the Ohio Treasurer of State. Is the taxpayer also required to submit the Ohio IT 501 electronically on the Ohio Business Gateway?Is the Ohio IT 942 only required to be filed by part-weekly employers?Is the Ohio IT 942 only required to be filed by part-weekly employers?How frequently should the filing frequency be evaluated?How frequently should the filing frequency be evaluated?Is Ohio withholding required if an employee will not be earning enough income to owe Ohio individual income tax (e.g., summer employment)? Is Ohio withholding required if an employee will not be earning enough income to owe Ohio individual income tax (e.g., summer employment)? What is the filing requirement for an employer when closing a business?What is the filing requirement for an employer when closing a business?How does an employer file the Ohio IT 3 and W-2 forms each January?How does an employer file the Ohio IT 3 and W-2 forms each January?Is there a different filing approach for the Ohio IT 3 and W-2 forms if the employer has fewer than 250 W-2 forms to file?Is there a different filing approach for the Ohio IT 3 and W-2 forms if the employer has fewer than 250 W-2 forms to file?Can employers file the Ohio IT 3 on the Ohio Business Gateway along with the other required forms?Can employers file the Ohio IT 3 on the Ohio Business Gateway along with the other required forms?Have the personal exemption deduction amounts for tax year 2017 changed?Have the personal exemption deduction amounts for tax year 2017 changed?Where is the new checkbox to indicate that the address and school district are unchanged?Where is the new checkbox to indicate that the address and school district are unchanged?If a taxpayer has a 529 contribution carryover, will they be able to deduct $4,000 of that carryover in 2019? Or is that increased deduction only available for new contributions made in 2018? If a taxpayer has a 529 contribution carryover, will they be able to deduct $4,000 of that carryover in 2019? Or is that increased deduction only available for new contributions made in 2018? Does the name of the donor to a 529 account need to be on the account to qualify for the deduction? For example, if a parent has an account with his child as the beneficiary, can the grandparent contribute to that account and be entitled to a deduction on his Ohio income tax return? Does the name of the donor to a 529 account need to be on the account to qualify for the deduction? For example, if a parent has an account with his child as the beneficiary, can the grandparent contribute to that account and be entitled to a deduction on his Ohio income tax return? What is an "ID Theft Affidavit”? What is an "ID Theft Affidavit”? If a client receives an Ohio ID confirmation quiz and wants to call Ohio, what phone number should they call?If a client receives an Ohio ID confirmation quiz and wants to call Ohio, what phone number should they call?When Ohio sends e-mails, is there ever a need to respond?When Ohio sends e-mails, is there ever a need to respond?I received a copy of my client’s driver’s license last year. Do I need to get a new copy this year as long as it is not expired?I received a copy of my client’s driver’s license last year. Do I need to get a new copy this year as long as it is not expired?Can an expired license or state ID be furnished, or should we rather mark that the taxpayer does not have a license? Can an expired license or state ID be furnished, or should we rather mark that the taxpayer does not have a license? Will a tax return be rejected is the driver’s license/state ID information or date of birth are not provided? Will a tax return be rejected is the driver’s license/state ID information or date of birth are not provided? In the past, when both a Federal and Ohio amended return were filed, we would file them simultaneously, and indicate to the client that the Ohio refund might be delayed until the Federal is processed. Is it necessary to wait until the Federal acceptance letter and/or refund check is received? In the past, when both a Federal and Ohio amended return were filed, we would file them simultaneously, and indicate to the client that the Ohio refund might be delayed until the Federal is processed. Is it necessary to wait until the Federal acceptance letter and/or refund check is received? The IRS can take up to 26 weeks to process an amendment. If a client's 3-year period for amendment is about to close to receive a refund, how can he/she wait 26 weeks to file with Ohio?The IRS can take up to 26 weeks to process an amendment. If a client's 3-year period for amendment is about to close to receive a refund, how can he/she wait 26 weeks to file with Ohio?Why does Ohio request documentation be submitted with an amended return?Why does Ohio request documentation be submitted with an amended return?How can preparers access information about taxpayers estimated tax payments? How can preparers access information about taxpayers estimated tax payments? Will tax preparers be able to obtain the 1099-G for their clients?Will tax preparers be able to obtain the 1099-G for their clients?Does a business have to be physically located in Ohio to be eligible for the business income deduction?Does a business have to be physically located in Ohio to be eligible for the business income deduction?Is an IT WAIVER form required if a paper tax return is prepared by a paid preparer, but the tax return if given to the client/taxpayer who signs and files/mails the paper return? The paid preparer does not mail/file the tax return for the taxpayer. Is an IT WAIVER form required if a paper tax return is prepared by a paid preparer, but the tax return if given to the client/taxpayer who signs and files/mails the paper return? The paid preparer does not mail/file the tax return for the taxpayer. Is the IT WAIVER form required if a taxpayer is required to file a paper return? For example, the reason for the paper filing is due to personal identity theft or the taxpayer resides in a foreign country (and is either nonresident or part-year resident of Ohio) and tax software does not allow the Ohio tax return to be e-filed in that case.Is the IT WAIVER form required if a taxpayer is required to file a paper return? For example, the reason for the paper filing is due to personal identity theft or the taxpayer resides in a foreign country (and is either nonresident or part-year resident of Ohio) and tax software does not allow the Ohio tax return to be e-filed in that case.Is interest income from a K-1 generally considered business income, available for the business income deduction?Is interest income from a K-1 generally considered business income, available for the business income deduction?How do I report ownership percentage for a partnership where the primary and spouse are filing married filing jointly? How do I report ownership percentage for a partnership where the primary and spouse are filing married filing jointly? Does Ohio receive copies of Ohio IT K-1s that are filed and attached electronically or must these tax returns be paper filed? Does Ohio receive copies of Ohio IT K-1s that are filed and attached electronically or must these tax returns be paper filed? Does reclassifying PTE wages as business income to a 100% owner disqualify those wages from the taxpayer taking the joint filing credit if it is their only source of income? Does reclassifying PTE wages as business income to a 100% owner disqualify those wages from the taxpayer taking the joint filing credit if it is their only source of income? When e-filing a client’s return where they owe money, do we have the option to mail in the payment or does it have to be paid electronically? When e-filing a client’s return where they owe money, do we have the option to mail in the payment or does it have to be paid electronically?
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Joe Testa

Joe Testa            

Tax Commissioner

Joe W. Testa is the 18th Tax Commissioner to lead the Ohio Department of Taxation. The Tax Commissioner is responsible for administering and enforcing most state and many local government taxes, including the state income tax, state and local sales taxes, and several business and excise taxes. All told, these taxes provide approximately $30 billion in revenues to support funding of Ohio’s schools and colleges, Medicaid, law enforcement, transportation and a myriad of other public services.

 

Nathan Wright

Nathan Wright

Tax Education Program Manager

Nathan began his career with the Department of Taxation in 2006 as a TCA 1 in TPS. He became a TCA 3/Lead in TPS in Feb. 2011 and then moved to STARS in May 2013 as a tester/trainer. In November of 2013 Nate moved to OrgD/Tax Education Program. The TEP team is responsible for creating a cohesive, unified, tax-related training program. They will create and maintain a program that focuses on up-to-date, relevant, and easy to access resources. Nathan received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Ashland University in 2003.

 

Ryan Jewell
 

Ryan Jewell

Personal & School District Income Tax Division, Tax Examiner Specialist

Ryan began his career with the Ohio Department of Taxation in January 2014 as an TCA1 in the Taxpayer Services call center. In October of that year he was promoted to a TCA 2 in the Personal/School District Income Tax Division. Ryan is responsible for reviewing IT-1040X amended returns as well as business income deductions, filing status issues, pass-through entity credits, and non-refundable business credits. Ryan received a Bachelors Degree in Mathematics from Ohio University in 2006. Recently, Ryan passed the Uniform CPA exam and will be applying for his license in the fall.

 


Jackie Sampson

Jackie Sampson

Personal & School District Income Tax Division, Tax Examiner Specialist

Jackie began her career with the Department of Taxation in 2006 as a TCA 1 in Taxpayer Services. In January 2008, she moved to Personal Income and School District Tax Division as a TCA 3 completing line item reviews. In January 2010 Jackie moved to the Pass-Through Entity Division as a TCA 4, working on IT 4 708 returns and later reviewing the PTE credit claimed on individual income tax returns. In 2013 she moved back to the Personal Income and School District Tax Division, completing reviews for amended returns, Business Credits and the Small Business deduction. She received her MBA in 2008.

 

 
Loretta Hall

Loretta Hall

Employment Income Tax Division, Tax Examiner Specialist

Loretta is a Tax Examiner Specialist in the Employer & School District Withholding unit of the Employment Tax Division. During her 12 years with the Department of Taxation, she has represented her division as well as ODT as a speaker at department meetings, Small Business Workshops, Webinars, the OVTA and at off-site events. Loretta received her Bachelors of Science in Accounting from Franklin University.

 

Matt Dodovich

 

Matt Dodovich

Division Counsel, Income, Pass-Through Entity and Withholding Taxes

Matt Dodovich currently serves as a Division Counsel at the Ohio Department of Taxation in the Office of Chief Counsel and specializes in the individual income, school district income, municipal income, pass-through entity, and employer withholding taxes. Matt joined the Department in April 2012 as an administrative hearing officer in the Tax Appeals Division. He later served as an attorney for the Department's Appeals Management Division. Matt earned a B.S. with honors in Economics from The Ohio State University, and his J.D. from the Michael E. Moritz College of Law. He is currently pursuing an A.A. in Accounting and licensure as an Ohio Certified Public Accountant.

 

 

Christine Schwartz

 

Christine Schwartz

Attorney - Office of Chief Counsel: Tax Appeals Division

Christine Schwartz currently serves as an attorney at the Ohio Department of Taxation in the Office of Chief Counsel, Tax Appeals Division where she is responsible for drafting final determinations. In her position, she works with a variety of taxes and matters, such as individual income, pass-through entity, financial institution, school district income, and employer withholding. Christine joined the Department in 2016 after previously serving as Assistant Legal Counsel at the State Medical Board of Ohio.

 

 

Marina King

 

Marina King

Compliance Division - Tax Program Administrator

Marina started her career at Taxation in October of 2004 in Taxpayer Services (TPS) Division as an agent. After working in TPS for a year, she was hired to work in Organizational Development (OrgD). In October of 2016 Marina was promoted to Administrator of the Compliance Division where the division handles many of the larger billing and assessment compliance programs administered by the Department of Taxation (ODT). These programs cover both income tax and business taxes. The Compliance Division also certifies debts to the Ohio Attorney General for collection and serves as ODT's liaison to the Ohio Attorney General's office on issues concerning collection of deficient or delinquent taxes. Marina received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Finance from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio and also has a Masters in Business Administration.

 


Jennifer McFarland

 

Jennifer McFarland

Business Tax Division - Tax Program Administrator

Jennifer is the Administrator of the Business Tax Division for the Ohio Department of Taxation. In this position, she is responsible for overseeing the operations of several Ohio taxes, including municipal net profit, commercial activity, financial institutions, petroleum activity, sales, and use . Prior to this position, Jennifer was the Internal Auditor for the Department of Taxation. As Internal Auditor, she was responsible for independently evaluating and examining the internal control processes of the Department of Taxation. Jennifer graduated from The University of Akron in Akron, Ohio with a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting and earned her J.D. and LL.M. in Taxation from Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio.

 

 
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