Answer. You can check the status of your refund check on the Ohio Department of Taxation’s website or call 800-282-1780 and you can speak with someone at the Department of Taxation.

Answer. GrowNOW is a program provided by the State Treasurer's office for small business owners. Small businesses that can commit to creating or retaining jobs in Ohio can receive a two-year, 3% interest rate reduction on new or existing loans.

All data contained in this database was provided by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and comes from the Education Management Information System (EMIS), which compiles information from each individual public school district in Ohio.

Thanks for visiting our website and for your interest in the Clermont County Treasurer’s Office. We hope you find this site informative and useful.

You are here: Home Welcome to the Cuyahoga County Treasury Website. For information regarding a tax certificate sold in November 2017, please call TAX EASE OHIO, LLC at: 1-866-907-2626.

Disclaimer: Records from the Office of the Treasurer are public information under the Ohio Public Records Law. Database last updated: 5/8/2018 11:11:49 PM 5/8/2018 11:11

Major Responsibilities. Treasurer Receipt and disbursement of municipal funds; processing and disbursement of city payroll. Income Tax Office Administration and collection of city income tax.

Welcome, from the Jefferson County Ohio Treasurer's Office. We hope you find our information useful. The County Treasurer collects taxes and is the Investment Officer for the County. The Treasurer is also a member of the County Budget Commission, the County Board of Revision and the Data Proc

Who Is Your County Treasurer? County treasurers in all of Ohio's 88 counties have traditionally served as the local tax collector. However, tighter budgets and increasing demands at the local level have changed the face of the position of County Treasurer and increased expectations for this important occupation.

The Treasurer is the tax collector, banker, and investment officer for Delaware County. The Treasurer’s main responsibility is the collection of real estate, personal property, estate, and manufactured home taxes.