Ohio House Introduces Bill on Municipal Income Tax Reform

Columbus Chamber
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From the Columbus Chamber Government Relations Team:

Today, Ohio House Bill 5 was introduced as a priority bill in the Ohio House of Representatives. The bill is sponsored by Representatives Grossman and Henne and focuses on municipal income tax reform with the goal of creating more uniformity and easing the conformance burden on businesses and tax payers. This bill will help with the recruitment of businesses, as well as assisting current businesses in Ohio. This will be one of the Columbus Chamber’s priority pieces of legislation in this General Assembly. You can learn more about the bill in the upcoming Capital Connection, the Columbus Chamber’s Government Affairs newsletter. Subscribe now.

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