Author: Chad Welty
Apr 24, 2018
Could House Bill 49 Impact Your Property Tax Collections?
House Bill 49 makes changes to Ohio's Current Agriculture Use Value, which will have ripple effects among public entities, among others. Read on to learn more.
Aug 14, 2014
Out With The Old, In With The New
The way you file your annual financial report with the state is changing. Are you ready? If you’re an administrator for a school district or an educational service center (ESC) in the state of Ohio, you need to know about (and understand) the Auditor of State’s (AOS) new Internet-based financial data reporting system. The new … Continued
Mar 18, 2014
Tips for Fraud Prevention
In today’s world, fraud is everywhere. In business. At the bank. On the playing field. And unfortunately, it’s even in the schools. You’d like to believe it’s not happening in your school district (and hopefully it’s not), and you want to feel like you can trust your team. But the fact of the matter is … Continued
Nov 26, 2013
What to Do With Your BWC Rebate
Who doesn’t like a rebate? It’s money back in your wallet, or in your case, back into your school system. If you’ve received a rebate check within the past couple of months, then you’re one of the many schools that has benefited from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) wise investment strategy. Over the … Continued
Nov 25, 2013
Is Your Local School District Being Reimbursed For Its Fuel Consumption?
Many schools may not know this, but public school districts, joint vocational schools and educational service centers (ESC) can request a reimbursement of $0.06/per gallon of fuel consumption. These requests must be related to the transportation of students, operation of service vehicles and use of lawn mowers. The resources used to reimburse schools and ESCs … Continued
Jun 11, 2013
Don’t Get Caught Off Guard by a 403(b) Audit
Surprise! Some surprises can be fun and exciting. Others, not so much. How excited would you be to see a representative of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the Department of Labor (DOL) at your door? That’s not something anyone wants to deal with! Over the past few years, the IRS and DOL have been … Continued