2022 Ohio Business Tax Conference

 | 7:30 AM - 3:15 PM
Speaking Engagement
Hyatt Regency Columbus
350 N High St.
Columbus, OH 43215

The 2022 Ohio Business Tax Conference is taking place in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday, January 25 and Wednesday, January 26. McDonald Hopkins speaker information is listed below. For more information on the conference or to register, click the link above.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 25 | Ohio’s Economic Future: Enhancing Ohio’s Business & Job Climate

Featuring: Michael W. Wise 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 25 | Real Property Taxation the Impact of the Pandemic Crisis on Commercial Real Estate Values & Property Taxes and Successfully Contesting Real Property Tax Valuations & Excessive Property Tax Burdens Roundtable

Commercial property valuation and the pandemic crisis’ correction. Disaster relief. Property tax implications. Measuring impairment. Procedures & strategies – common grounds, timeline and procedures - tax bills, tender pay process, complaint against valuation, school board notice and counter-complaints, evidence disclosure, potential appeals and implications for non-attorneys. Common pitfalls and line-by-line analysis of complaint form. Retaining an appraiser and using an appraisal report. Board of Revision hearing - presenting appraisal report & testimony and amending complaints. Commercial real estate - current trends COVID corrections - where are we headed?
Featuring: David Kall and Adam Smith

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26 | Income Tax Implications of Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrency

Insights into the tax implications of the acquisition and disposition of cryptocurrency and blockchain transactions. An interactive presentation on the basics of cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies followed by a discussion of the income tax treatment and reporting obligations related to cryptocurrency and blockchain transactions at the state and federal levels.
Featuring: Adam Grais

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