Ohio Legislative Service Commission
GRF & MEDICAID VARIANCE SUMMARY
Through January, total GRF tax receipts were a little over $20 million below estimate.
The sales & use tax was the brightest spot ($78 million above estimate) but it was completely over
shadowed by the poor performance in personal income tax receipts ($117 million below estimate).
GRF Medicaid expenditures were $388 million below estimate while all-funds (including both
GRF and nonGRF) Medicaid expenditures were $734 million below estimate.
GRF sources mainly consist of state tax revenue (64%) and federal grants (35%) but also include some state
nontax revenue and transfers in.
Total GRF Sources
Year to Date
GRF uses mainly consist of various program expenditures (98%) but also include transfers out.
Medicaid and Primary and Secondary Education account for about 50% and 21%, respectively, of the
total GRF uses in FY 2016.
Total GRF Uses
Year to Date
Medicaid is mainly
funded by the GRF
but it also receives
funding from various
Both GRF and
federal and state
Key: An up arrow indicates a positive variance (i.e., the amount by which
actual is above estimate) while a down arrow indicates a negative variance.
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