To foster a fair and equitable tax system that stimulates growth, innovation and job creation and minimizes compliance costs and administrative burdens.
For more information on the Ohio Chamber’s stances on tax and spending issues or how to join the committee, please contact Tony Long.
PRIORITIES FOR 21-22:
- Modernize and clarify the rules regarding what constitutes electronic information services and their sales and use tax treatment.
- Reform the withholding requirements for pass-through entities.
- Improve the current D+ grade on the Council on State Taxation (COST) Property Tax Administration Scorecard.
- Work to keep and improve the Business Investment Income Deduction (BIID). Repeal equity claw-back and clarify business income definition.
- Study current economic development incentives and report on ideas for new or improved incentives for the economy of the 21st century.
- Repeal the existing sales tax on employment services.
- Simplify municipal income tax compliance.