Nov. 1, 2014   43°F   School Closings
Listen Live WCPN / WCLV
ideastream
Mission 4
Values 1
Values 2
Values 3
Vision 3
Vision 4
Vision 5
Values 4
Values 5
Values 6
Vision 1
Vision 2

Choose a station:

90.3 WCPN
WCLV 104.9
WVIZ/PBS

Choose a station:

90.3 WCPN
WCLV 104.9
WVIZ/PBS

Kasich Tax Proposal: Breakout Of Savings Vs. Costs Incomplete

Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 4:33 PM

Share on Facebook Share Share on Twitter Tweet

Under a major tax reform package Governor John Kasich has proposed, Ohioans would save money with a phased-in 20 percent cut in the state income tax, but, depending on what they buy, they’d face a 5 percent sales tax on services that were never taxed before.

Under a major tax reform package Governor John Kasich has proposed, Ohioans would save money with a phased-in 20 percent cut in the state income tax, but, depending on what they buy, they’d face a 5 percent sales tax on services that were never taxed before. If you’ve been trying to figure out whether you’d be a net financial winner or loser, you’re not alone. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen has been wondering the same thing.

Tags

Economy, Regional Economy/Business - News, Government/Politics

Leave a Comment

Please follow our community discussion rules when composing your comments.