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Ohio leads the cryto-tax payment charge

Ohio is becoming the first state in the U.S. to accept state tax payments through cryptocurrency, reports Michael Cohn for TaxProToday. It's a big move by the state, which is partnering with a payment processor to launch, a site allowing businesses to pay their taxes with cryptocurrency.

Cohn reports that there are 23 different types of business taxes eligible for payment on, including Streamlined Sales Tax (see Congress pushes for order in esales tax collections).

With Ohio as the test case, we'll be eager to see if and when other government entities feel confident enough to add crytocurrency payments to their tax systems. 

Check it out: Ohio to accept business tax payments in cryptocurrency

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