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ON THIS SITE, YOU CAN:
Get answers to your questions about the various school issues
Find out where and how money is spent
Understand what happens if issues don't pass
WHAT'S ON THE BALLOT?
Voters will decide upon a 0.75% Traditional Income Tax Levy that will generate approximately $2,722,487 annually
Income that is taxed:
wages; salaries; tips; interest; dividends; unemployment compensation; self-employment to the extent included in OAGI; taxable scholarships and fellowships; pensions; annuities; IRA distributions; capital gains; state and local bond interest (except that paid by Ohio governments); federal bond interest exempt from federal tax but subject to state tax; alimony received; and all other sources.
Income that is not taxed:
social security benefits; disability and survivor benefits; railroad retirement benefits; welfare benefits; child support; property received as a gift, bequest or inheritance; and workers’ compensation benefits.
FORMULA TO HELP FIGURE OUT YOUR OWN PAYMENT:
Taxable Income x 0.0075 = Amount you pay
What is a School District Income Tax (SDIT) ?
The SDIT is an income tax separate from federal, state, and municipal income taxes that is earmarked specifically to support school districts.
Who pays the SDIT ?
Any individual residing in the state of Ohio who lives during all or part of a tax year in a school district that levies the tax.