Where’s My Ohio State Tax Refund?
Find more information about your Ohio state income taxes below.
Where’s My Ohio Tax Refund?
Check the status of your Ohio refund using these resources.
Refund Status Website: Ohio Department of Taxation
Refund Status Phone Support: 1-800-282-1784
Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8am – 5pm (Lowest call volume from 8 to 10 a.m.)
General Tax Phone Support: 1-800-282-1780
Online Contact Form: Contact Ohio Department of Taxation
2022 State Tax Filing Deadline: April 18, 2023
Note: Wait at least two weeks before checking the status of your Ohio refund on electronically filed returns and eight to ten weeks on paper-filed returns.
Ohio Tax Brackets
Over the last ten years, the Ohio state income tax rate has gradually decreased. Here’s a look at the current tax rates (as of August, 2020 for tax year 2019):
|Ohio Taxable Income||Tax Calculation|
|0 - $26,050||0.000%|
|$26,051 - $46,100||$360.69 + 2.765% of excess over $26,050|
|$46,100 - $92,150|| $915.07 + 3.226% of excess over $46,100
|$92,150 - $115,300||$2,400.64 + 3.688% of excess over $92,150
|more than $115,300||$3,254.41+ 3.990% of excess over $115,300
Ohio Deductions & Personal Exemption
Taxpayers in Ohio cannot claim itemized deductions on their state tax returns. However, filers can claim a personal exemption based on how much they earn.
The more income an individual earns, the smaller the personal exemption amount available. Lower-income workers qualify for a higher personal exemption amount. For example, taxpayers with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of more than $80,000 can claim a personal exemption of $1,850. Taxpayers with an AGI less than $40,000 can claim an exemption of $2,400. Those with an AGI of more than $40,000 but less than $80,000 can claim $2,150.
Many school districts and municipalities in Ohio also leverage an income tax. Their tax percentages max out at three percent and are all assessed at a flat rate.
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