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Minimize audit issues! Learn about Ohio sales and use tax, including how to properly use the manufacturer’s exemption
Ohio manufacturers are allowed to purchase tangible personal property to be used or consumed in the manufacturing process, free from the Ohio sales and use tax. This opportunity can be a true profit booster when properly applied. But its misuse can backfire, incurring costly penalties.
Our advisement on using this exemption was first published as part of CSH’s 10-week series, Profit Boosting Ideas for Manufacturers. It’s generated so much interest, we’ve developed a more in-depth webinar on the topic of Ohio sales and use tax. Join Clark Schaefer Hackett’s Diane Merk as they walk you through everything that you need to know about Ohio sales and use tax.
Related information on the Ohio sales and use tax exemption:
- What is exempt from sales and use tax?
- What is subject to sales and use tax?
- Guidance for properly using the Ohio manufacturers’ sales and use tax exemption
- Use tax exposure: The worst case scenario (and how to mitigate it)
- Exempt or not? Some purchases are complicated, as this court case showed
- Explore how all 10 profit boosting ideas can work at your company