New Ohio Budget Could Mean More Than Just Higher Taxes

March 22, 2013


In next week’s issue of Cincy Magazine, publisher Eric Harmon delves into a new Ohio state budget that would result in a dangerous drop in revenue – and in jobs.

John Kasich, Governor of Ohio, has proposed a state budget that would mean a 5% tax hike on a long list of personal and business services, such as accounting, advertising, and marketing. For Cincinnati, this may drive businesses to pack up and move across the river into Kentucky to save that 5%, and to save their employees.

All told, Harmon says, the effects of this proposal are devastating to the economy in Ohio.

For more information on the proposal, visit Dayton Daily News online, and remember to check out next week’s edition of Cincy Magazine for Eric Harmon’s Publisher’s View.

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