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You may not realize it, but there is a chance you may be owed money from banks, insurance companies, utility and other entities.

With the start of the 2024-2025 school year seemingly right around the corner, the Ohio Department of Taxation announced an expansion of the state’s annual sales tax holiday.

New rates effective July 1

The Ohio Department of Taxation has issued new employer withholding tables for payrolls that begin on or after July 1, 2024.

A change to the Veterans Auto and Education Improvement Act of 2022 will affect military members and their spouses by giving them options to claim residency for tax purposes.

The vulnerability of home IoT (Internet of Things) devices is a significant concern due to several factors.

In the age of digital technology, social media has become an integral part of our daily lives. While it offers some benefits, it also brings forth some dangers that adults need to consider.

Unfortunately, data breaches have become all too common in today’s society.

Firm also hires two additional employees

Zinner & Co. is proud to announce two employees were recently promoted into management roles, while the firm hired two additional employees to fill important roles.

While student loan forgiveness was a hotly debated topic throughout the past year, one piece of legislation was passed to help those with student loan debt get out from under it faster.

On Jan. 1, new rules targeting the origin of electric vehicle battery materials from countries considered hostile to the U.S. went into effect and limited the number of EVs eligible to receive U.S. tax credits.