Income Tax Savings Released, But No Estimates On Sales Tax Bump

State tax officials are not making estimates on how much additional sales tax Ohio consumers would pay under Gov. Kasich's proposed tax-shift plan.(Photo: Flickr)
State tax officials are not making estimates on how much additional sales tax Ohio consumers would pay under Gov. Kasich's proposed tax-shift plan.(Photo: Flickr)

Under a major tax reform package proposed by Governor John Kasich, Ohioans would save money with a phased-in 20 percent cut in the state income tax.

But they’d also face a five percent sales tax on services that have previously gone un-taxed. 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. Click the play button above to hear his report.

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