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    I'm trying to determine whether temporary labor is taxable in Ohio and if so, at what rate for the years of '03,'04, and '05. any help is certainly appreciated.

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    Of course it is. Why in heavens name would it not be?

    Can't help you with the rates. Your state DOL would probably be able to provide you with that info.

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    Are you looking to correct prior years in which the wages were not reported? No W-2 or 1099?

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    thanks for responding
    Sorry, I didn't clarify- some states apply sales tax to temp labor and there are a variety of ways they apply it. a temp service will charge 15/hr to CorpX and then pay their employee 10/hr. some states tax the gross 15, others tax the difference, some give you the option. Ohio applies a sales tax here, but I'm having trouble finding the actual rates and methods of application. any ideas?

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    I am checking prior years 2003-2005 research for an audit in an attempt to rectify tax anomolies.

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