Its mixed news for Ohio in the annual Rich States, Poor States report released today.
The economic outlook for Ohio has steadily risen to 23 in 2014 from 47 in 2008, including a three-spot jump in ranking over last year. But when it comes to actual economic performance, the state continues to rank 49, behind perennial last-place Michigan, as it has since the reporting began.Read More →
Congratulations, Ohio. As of today you’re no longer working for Uncle Sam.
Well, not literally, but it took Ohioans until April 14 to earn enough money to pay all their taxes for the year.Read More →
The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is coming to vending machines.Read More →
With the tax filing deadline only two weeks away, consumers are being inundated with ads about how to spend their tax refunds. But what if you didn’t know you had a refund coming to you? What if the state was spending your refund money instead? That’s the situation in Ohio – but maybe not for long.Read More →
Toledo City Council has a new economic development tool: murals. That’s right, spending $20,000 of taxpayer money to paint murals on buildings in the city is a form of economic development. At least, that’s what two members of the council would have you believe.Read More →