NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The City of Gallipolis will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. at the Gallipolis Municipal Building, 333 Third Avenue, Gallipolis, Ohio.
The public hearing is for the purpose of allowing citizens to view the location and design of the new amphitheater/parkfront project. The City of Gallipolis will have representatives present to answer questions.
Copies of the design will be available at the meeting.
WASHINGTON —The Internal Revenue Service today simplified the paperwork and recordkeeping requirements for small businesses by raising from $500 to $2,500 the safe harbor threshold for deducting certain capital items.
The change affects businesses that do not maintain an applicable financial statement (audited financial statement). It applies to amounts spent to acquire, produce or improve tangible property that would normally qualify as a capital item.
In conjunction with the Ohio Department of Taxation ("Taxation") transitioning to a new motor fuel tax filing system, new 8 digit account numbers have been issued for all Dealers, Exporters, Transporters, Terminal Operators, and Retail Dealers. Previously, the account holders used their FEIN or SSN when filing their motor fuel reports. For all returns required to be filed electronically, account holders must use their 8 digit account numbers when submitting their motor fuel reports.
If you are a health insurance issuer, self-insured employer, government agency, or other entity that provides minimum essential coverage to an individual during a calendar year, you must report certain information about the coverage that you provide to the IRS. If your organization is an https://www.irs.gov/Affordable-Care-Act/Employers/Determining-if-an-Employer-is-an-Applicable-Large-Employer">applicable large employer, you must report to the IRS information about the health care coverage, if any, that you offered to full-time employees.
Under the http://www.irs.gov/Affordable-Care-Act/Employers">Affordable Care Act, certain employers, based on workforce size – called applicable large employers – are subject to the employer shared responsibility provisions. The vast majority of employers fall below the workforce size threshold and, therefore, are not subject to the employer shared responsibility provisions.