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.
State 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%
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