2021 – 06/02


The Ohio Dept. of Taxation recently issued a tax alert with guidance related to the federal deduction for unemployment benefits for tax year 2020. The department has added instructions from that alert to an FAQ on its COVID-19 tax relief webpage. The FAQ focuses on filing and amending a state tax return after the IRS issues a refund to a taxpayer who filed his or her federal and Ohio tax returns prior to the enactment of the federal unemployment benefits deduction. Read FAQ #1 here: https://bit.ly/3fWu2Sc 




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