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Ohio is a state that consists of 44,825 square miles in the Midwestern United States. It borders Michigan and Lake Erie to the north, Pennsylvania to the east, West Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the south, and Indiana to the west.

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Ohio Paycheck Calculator and Payroll Taxes

  • Ohio payroll taxes start with employees filling out the Ohio IT 4 FORM.
  • If an employee does not complete this form, you must withhold tax as no exemptions were claimed.
  • Ohio’s income tax uses a progressive tax system with the top rate at 3.99%.
  • Ohio has reciprocity with the following states: Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. 

Ohio Payroll Tax Calculator and Unemployment Tax Rate

  • Employers pay state unemployment tax on the first $9,000 of an employee’s wages.
  • New employers in the construction industry pay at a rate of 5.6%.
  • New employers not in the construction industry pay at a rate of 2.7%.
  • Experienced employers pay at a rate of 0.3%–9.8%.

Important Note: The Stubbuilder provides a paycheck calculator for essential guidance. This should not be relied upon to calculate exact taxes, payroll, or other financial data. You should seek a professional accountant regarding any particular requirement.

Ohio Paycheck Tax Calculator

For example, in Ohio State, if a person earns a gross salary of $60,000.00 per annum, he will take home $48,124 after tax deductions of 19.79% or $11,876.27. These include deductions on a federal income tax of 9.07% or $5,440.50, state income tax of 3.08% or $1,845.77, social security tax of 6.20% or $3,720.00, and Medicare of 1.45% or $870.00.

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  • What is the Ohio Paycheck Calculator?

The Ohio Paycheck Calculator is an online tool that helps you estimate your net pay after accounting for taxes and other deductions based on your gross income.

  • How does the Ohio Paycheck Calculator work?

The calculator uses your gross income and applies federal, state, and local taxes, as well as deductions like Social Security, Medicare, and personal exemptions, to estimate your take-home pay.

  • What information do I need to use the calculator?

Your gross income (hourly, monthly, or annually) Your filing status (e.g., single, married filing jointly) The number of dependents Any additional withholdings or deductions

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