Tuscarawas County Auditor’s Office
New Business Guide
A Final Note from the Auditor
Final Note From the Tuscarawas County Auditor
The enclosed material has attempted to summarize some of the basic mistakes that new businesses make when starting and to alert the new business start-up to issues which they may encounter. A NUMBER OF THESE ERRORS CAN BE AVOIDED BY EITHER CONTACTING THE RESPONSIBLE TAX DIVISION OR BY RETAINING THE SERVICES OF A BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL OR CONSULTANT. We strongly encourage you to seek out their advice.
This guide has not been created for the purpose of being extremely specific and is not intended to answer every particular question which can arise in the process of starting or running a business. Entrepreneurs and new business owners should be advised that your situation may be different from that of others and we would once again encourage you to seek the advice of a professional when your business is in the formation stage. This guide can only lead you in the right direction, and it should not be considered the tell all guide to new businesses.
The Guide to New Businesses is a publication in which I take great pride. I want to specifically acknowledge the constituents of Tuscarawas County for allowing me to provide such a needed service. This is the first guide which we have prepared and hope that it assists new businesses in becoming more profitable and realizing their true potential. Its publication only strengthens our resolve to continue to serve the public’s needs of Tuscarawas County and increases confidence in the Tuscarawas County Government as a whole. The issuance of this guide is a testament to the Auditor’s office resolution to provide service willingly to the public we serve.
We encourage comments on this guide and we plan further revision and refinement to the Guide as our years in service continue. Feel free to contact us regarding any issues relative to this Guide.