September 27, 2016

Bloomberg: Ohio Income Tax Cuts

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“The shifting composition of Ohio’s taxes has meant a shift, too, in who pays for state and local government. According to an analysis by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy of the major tax changes between 2005 and 2014, the most affluent 1 percent of Ohioans saw an average annual cut in their tax bill of $20,000, while the bottom three-fifths of state residents as a group are seeing an increase (that excludes additional tax changes in 2015, but they further reinforce this disparity).”

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