taxes

On the Money
1:30 am
Fri April 5, 2013

Tax strategies for individual and businesses

Larry Baker, senior partner at Grant Thornton in Cincinnati, is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to discuss tax strategies for individuals and businesses for the 2012 -2013 tax season.

Cincinnati budget
3:26 pm
Tue December 4, 2012

Cincinnati Council must set 2014 property tax rate soon

By mid-January Cincinnati City Council must decide how much property tax money it wants to collect for the 2014 budget year. 

The vote will come as the body works to finalize next year's spending plan.

The rate must be set earlier because the city is changing from a calendar year budget to a fiscal one. 

For the last decade Council has been holding the amount of property tax revenue collected steady or slightly reducing it. 

A Council Member asked Budget Director Lea Eriksen this week what that's meant for the city.

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On the Money with Chris DeSimio
12:30 am
Fri November 30, 2012

Year-End Estate Tax Planning Advice

Attorney Jay Brinker

Cincinnati attorney Jay Brinker is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to highlight important estate tax changes and planning opportunities that the New Year brings. They discuss what investors should think about before the calendar rolls to 2013.


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On the Money with Chris DeSimio
12:30 am
Fri November 16, 2012

The Impending Fiscal Cliff

Dave Foster

On the Money with Chris DeSimio welcomes Dave Foster and Mark Motley from Foster & Motley Wealth Management LLC to discuss the impending fiscal cliff and potential changes in taxes.


Tax refunds
3:20 pm
Wed August 22, 2012

Kearney proposes debit cards for tax refunds

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A state senator from Cincinnati is introducing a bill that would let taxpayers get their income tax refund on a prepaid debit card. 

Sen. Eric Kearney said the state needs to adjust to the marketplace.

“This prepaid debit card program will benefit those citizens that do not have a bank account for direct deposit, or for those who wish to avoid the hassle with paper checks and check cashing fees,” Kearney said in a statement.  “They will also be able to use their prepaid debit cards in stores, online, over the phone, or anywhere that accepts debit cards.”

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