June 29, 2021

Policy Matters Ohio: Ohio Tax Cuts Would Go Mostly to the Very Affluent

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Instead of using Ohio’s public resources to build strong, resilient communities, the General Assembly approved income-tax cuts that would favor the very wealthiest Ohioans, while providing only modest benefits for moderate-income Ohioans and nothing at all to the state’s poorest. Benefiting especially from the elimination of the top bracket of the tax, the most affluent 1% of Ohioans would see an average $5,400 annual tax cut, adding up to well over a third of the total cuts.

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