tax revenue

Andy Chow

The state’s budget office is forecasting a surplus at the end of this fiscal year. Gov. John Kasich says he wants to take that extra money and adjust withholdings, resulting in more money in Ohioans’ paychecks. 

Statehouse News Bureau

The state is off to a better than expected fiscal year with revenues coming in slightly higher than estimates. The new fiscal year, however, is seeing the continuation of at least one downward trending revenue source.

Karen Kasler

For the second month in a row, the state has brought in more personal income tax revenue than it budgeted for, meaning its surplus is growing. 

Karen Kasler

Personal income tax revenue is back up again in the latest round of monthly reports from the state budget office.

Karen Kasler

State tax revenue came in very close to estimates in November. That’s the second month in a row that forecasts have nearly right on target.

Karen Kasler

After a tough year of forecasting last year, the state's budget projections turned out to be right on target for last month. 

Karen Kasler

State tax revenue came in below estimates last month, after two months of better-than-expected numbers. But the state says it’s still in good financial shape.