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Ohio: High court rules that “on-site management” model avoids sales tax on employment services

The Ohio sales tax on employment services is continuing to generate controversy. Originally imposed on Jan. 1, 1993, the sales tax on employment services is an important component of the state of Ohio budget that annually raises approximately $160 million in tax revenue. But the tax is controversial because it can be a heavy burden on businesses attempting to fill their labor needs, particularly in the tight labor market that we are currently experiencing.

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