Ohio state tax basis is the Federal Adjusted Gross Income (AGI).
Interest/Divident Income: Interest and Divident income from U.S. government bonds are exempt from State Taxes.
Rent Income: Same as federal
Capital Gain: Same as federal except: losses from the disposition of Ohio public obligations and income from an Electing Small Business Trust (ESBT) are added back; gains from Ohio public obligations and losses from an ESBT are deducted.
Unemployment Income: Same as federal
Social Security Benefits: All social security income is exempt from state taxes.
State Bond Interest: Taxable except Ohio obligations.
Health Savings Accounts: Same as federal
Disability: Exempt (except for payments made on a temporary basis).
Lottery: Same as federal
Federal Income Tax: Not deductible.
Other Taxes: Federal target jobs and work opportunity tax credit adjustments. Deductions for certain Ohio MSA contributions, individual development accounts, medical expenses exceeding 7.5% of federal AGI, medical insurance, long-term care insurance, certain disability and survivor benefits, contributions to and qualified distributions from the Ohio College Advantage Savings plan, and tuition expenses paid to a qualified Ohio educational institution
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