Posted Feb 02, 2017
Posted Mar 22, 2016
Posted Oct 30, 2015
We are the administrative agent for the following communities:
|Village of Botkins||Information|
|Village of Covington||Information|
|Village of Cridersville||Information|
|Village of Ft. Loramie||Information|
|Village of Minster||Information|
|Village of New Bremen||Information|
|Village of New Knoxville||Information|
|Village of North Star||Information|
|Village of Osgood||Information|
|Village of Russia||Information|
|City of St. Marys||Information|
|• Botkins||• Minster||• Russia|
|• Covington||• New Knoxville||• St. Marys|
|• Cridersville||• North Star|
|• Ft. Loramie||• Osgood|
It is required that all residents, age 18 years and older, must file a tax return each year whether or not tax is due.
All residents who live inside and work outside city limits must file a tax return each year.
Certain retirees can apply for an exemption from the filing requirement. CLICK HERE to fill out the exemption form. Please contact our office with any questions.
All residents receiving only non-taxable income must complete Section A of the return. All residents receiving taxable income, or a combination of taxable and nontaxable income, must complete Section B. Part-year residents, please contact our office for assistance.
REQUIREMENTS FOR FILING
Make your remittance payable to the municipality for which you are filing. Tax payments of $10.00 or less are not payable. Refunds of $10.00 or less will not be refunded.
PENALTY, INTEREST & LATE FILING FEES
FAILURE TO FILE by the Federal due date will result in a late filing fee for all residents, even if you have no tax due or do not have taxable income.
Extensions MUST be attached to your return when filed. 90% of the estimated tax liability, or 100% based on the previous year, must be paid by the Federal due date to avoid penalty. Interest is ALWAYS charged.
PUBLISHED INTEREST RATE:
Ohio Revised Code 718.27 requires the Tax Administrator to publish, by October 31st, the established interest rate for tax underpayments based on the Federal short-term rate that will apply during the next calendar year.
Interest shall be imposed per annum, on all unpaid income tax, unpaid estimated income tax and unpaid withholding tax.
The interest rate used shall be the Federal short-term rate (rounded to the nearest whole number percent) plus five percent (5%). The rate shall apply for the calendar year next following the July of the year in which the Federal short-term rate is determined.
Note: Interest applies to any balance of tax due that is not paid by the due date of a return, even if the return is filed under extension.
|Calendar Year||Monthly Interest Rate|| Yearly Interest Rate|
Our office administers and collects the city income tax for the City of St. Marys and the Villages of Botkins, Covington, Cridersville, Ft. Loramie, Minster, New Bremen, New Knoxville, North Star, Osgood, and Russia. The Tax Office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. We will be happy to assist you with the filing of your city tax returns during these hours. Please note that we do not have on-line filing and your city return cannot be filed using software for this purpose. We also do not accept faxed tax returns. Returns can be filed by mail, in our office, and they also can be placed in the night drop box located just inside our front doors. Your city tax dollars stay in our communities maintaining our roads, supporting our police and fire departments, snow removal, brush pick up, spring clean-up, and keeping our hometowns great places to live today and for future generations.
Tax payments can be made with cash, check, money order, or on-line. Secure on-line tax payments can be made at https://payments.lexisnexis.com/oh/city/stmary. Customers using this option will be charged a non-refundable processing fee of $2.00 or 3%, whichever is greater, by LexisNexis VitalChek Network Inc. Payments will be posted to your account within 3 business days.
Tax forms are located under the Forms section and can be downloaded. Form EZ is for individuals. Form B is for reporting net profits from businesses. Forms W1 and W3 are for reporting employee withholding tax.
New employers are able to apply for a withholding account number by completing the application also located under the forms tab.