Individual Income Tax
Personal Income Tax
2000 Income Tax Returns By School District
Table Y-2 contains information from 2000 Ohio personal income tax returns categorized by school district as indicated by taxpayers on their returns. State law requires that Ohio income tax returns include a line on which taxpayers indicate their school district of residence.
A total of 5,416,091 Ohio personal income tax returns were filed for tax year 2000 (April 16, 2001 filing deadline). Of these, 5,304,934 (98 percent) indicated a school district of residence.
The statewide average income (federal adjusted gross income) reported on all 2000 tax returns was $49,435 per return, an increase of 4.3 percent from the 1999 returns. The Indian Hill Exempted Village School District in Hamilton County reported the highest average income of all 613 school districts, with $210,738 per return. The lowest average income was reported in New Boston Local School District in Scioto County, with $29,871 per return.
In addition to showing the number of returns filed by residents of each school district, the average and median income, and the income rankings, Table Y-2 indicates three other items of information for each district. These include the number of personal exemptions claimed on returns (for taxpayer, spouse, and dependents), the total income and the total income tax liability.
Median Ohio adjusted gross income is used by the Department of Education in calculating school aid. Hudson Local School District in Summit County reported the highest median income with $59,796 while the lowest median income was reported in New Boston Local School District in Scioto County with $17,891.