Taxpayer Information

 

The State of Ohio has made significant changes to the Ohio Municipal Income Tax Laws (Chapter 718 of the ORC), effecting tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2016, including changes to Interest Rates and Due Dates of Individual Estimated Payments.   The 2017 Annual Income Tax Return is due April, 17, 2018 (due to Emancipation Day).

The Village of Evendale earnings tax applies to all who live, work, operate a business, conduct business and/or provide services within the Village. The Evendale Earnings Tax Rate is 1.2%.

FILING REQUIREMENTS: All Village of Evendale residents are subject to this tax and are required to register with the Tax Department and to file an annual Evendale Income Tax Return. All nonresidents with income taxable to the Village of Evendale that was not fully withheld by an employer are required to file an Evendale Income Tax Return. All business entities located in the Village of Evendale, or business entities doing business within the Village of Evendale, must register with the Tax Department and file an annual Evendale Business Income Tax Return.

TAXABLE INCOME: means qualifying wages, including bonuses, deferred comp., stock options, commissions and any other remuneration that is paid to or constructively received by the recipient. Taxable income also includes gambling winnings, rents from properties, and adjusted federal taxable income from the operation of any business or profession. A credit, equal to the Evendale tax rate, is available to residents of the Village of Evendale on earnings for which tax was withheld or paid to another municipality. Social Security, pensions, interest, dividends and capital gains are not taxable.

FILNG DUE DATES: The filing due date for individuals and businesses is on or before April 15th or on or before the 15th day of the fourth month following the end of the fiscal year.  The due date for the 2017 Evendale Income Tax Return is APRIL 17, 2018.

EXTENSIONS: Effective for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2016, any taxpayer that has requested a Federal Extension will automatically receive the same extension for filing the Evendale Income Tax Return.  The Federal Extension must be attached to the Evendale return upon filing, and is not required to be submitted to the Village of Evendale by the original due date of the return.  Any taxpayer that has not received a Federal Extension may still request an extension for time to file their Evendale Income Tax Return.  This request must be received by the original due date of the return.  Any extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay any tax due.  Requests for extension may be faxed to the Tax Department at (513) 563-4636.

DECLARATION OF ESTIMATED TAX: Must be filed by every taxpayer who anticipates taxable income, if such income is not withheld by an employer. The declaration and first quarterly estimated tax payment are due by April 15th. The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarterly estimated tax payments are due by June 15th, September 15th, and December 15th, respectively.  At least 90% of the tax liability must be paid on or before the 4th quarterly due date in order to avoid interest and penalty for underpayment of estimated tax.

TAX FORMS: Tax Ordinance and Rules and Regulations are available on this website, or by calling the Tax Department at (513) 563-2671.

HELP: is available. Please contact the Tax Department if you have questions or require an appointment for assistance completing your Evendale Income Tax Return.   

Please Note: PROPERTY TAX administration and collection is the responsibility of Hamilton County. The Village of Evendale does not receive property tax dollars from village residents or businesses. For more information on property tax you may call the Hamilton County Auditor’s office at (513) 946-4000 or click here to visit the website.

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