Tax Changes In OH

Corrective eyeglasses and contact lenses purchased in Ohio are no longer subject to state sales tax. The change went into effect Monday. Hearing aids, prescription drugs and other medical devices already were exempt. Taxpayers are expected to save an estimated $30 million a year. Officials say the change likely means the state will lose more than $90 million in tax revenue over the next two fiscal years.

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