Ohio Tax Rate

 

While federal tax rates apply to every taxpayer, state income taxes vary by state. States may have a flat tax rate, a marginal tax rate, or not have any state taxes at all.

tax bracketsState tax is imposed by Ohio on your income each year. State income taxes, which vary by state, are a percentage of your earned or unearned income that you pay to the state government.

What is Ohio Income Tax Rate?

The Ohio tax rate ranges from 0 to 4.797%, depending on your taxable income. Beginning with tax year 2019, Ohio income tax rates were adjusted so taxpayers making an income of $21,750 or less aren’t subject to income tax. Also, the tax brackets have been indexed for inflation.

  Ohio Taxable Income   Tax Calculation
  0 – $21,750   0.000%
  $21,751 – $43,450   $310.47 + 2.850% of excess over $21,750
  $43,450 – $86,900   $928.92 + 3.326% of excess over $43,450
  $86,900 – $108,700   $2,374.07 + 3.802% of excess over $86,900
  $108,700 – $217,400   $3,202.91 + 4.413% of excess over $108,700
  more than $217,400   $7,999.84 + 4.797% of excess over $217,400

(Source: Ohio Department of Taxation) 

The portion of income from a business (including interest, dividends & capital gains) is taxed at 3%

More Help With Ohio Tax Brackets

Understanding Ohio tax brackets is straightforward, but what is more complex is figuring out your state tax deductions on your federal tax return. State tax deductions can be taken as an itemized deduction on your federal return.

So, get help with H&R Block Virtual! With this service, we’ll match you with a tax pro with Ohio tax expertise. Then, you will upload your tax documents, and our tax pros will do the rest! We can help with your OH taxes, including federal deductions for paying state taxes.

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