Study: Ohio is 19th Most Dependent State on Individual Income Taxes

Ohio depends on individual income taxes more than many of its peers, according to a new comparison by the Tax Foundation. The think tank found that nearly 26% of Ohio’s total state and local collections were derived from personal income taxes. That is higher than the U.S. average of 23%, but considerably lower than our neighbor to the south, Kentucky, which depends on individual income taxes for nearly 34% of its revenue. 5/13/2020