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Who Must File CAT tax in Ohio?
Businesses with Ohio taxable gross receipts of $150,000 or more per calendar year must register for the CAT, file all the applicable returns, and make all corresponding payments.
What is the Ohio CAT tax rate for 2022?
In June 2021, Ohio's Legislative Service Commission estimated that general fund revenue would increase by 1 percent from FY 2021 to FY 2022 and by over 3 percent from FY 2022 to FY 2023....Ohio's CAT Is Out of the Bag. Industry SectorProfit/Receipts RatioEffective Tax RateOther Services4%6.0%Weighted Average5%4.7%17 more rows • Nov 23, 2021
Who is subject to the Ohio CAT tax?
The CAT applies to all entities regardless of form, (e.g., sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLCs, and all types of corporations). A person with taxable gross receipts of more than $150,000 per calendar year is subject to this tax, which requires such person to register with this department as a taxpayer.
When did the Ohio CAT tax start?
The Ohio General Assembly established the CAT in 2005 as part of a series of tax reforms in the FY 06-07 budget (Am. Sub. HB 66). HB 66 phased-in the CAT and simultaneously phased-out the state corporate franchise tax and local tangible personal property tax for most businesses.
What is the minimum Ohio CAT tax?
Tax rates Taxable Gross ReceiptsAnnual Minimum CAT Tax$1 million or less$150More than $1 million but less than or equal to $2 million$800More than $2 million but less than or equal to $4 million$2,100More than $4 million$2,600
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