Efile Taxes

eFile TaxesNew Online Tax ToolPrepare & Electronically File Your Tax Return Tipp City residents can now use the Online Tax Tool to prepare and electronically file their 2013 Tipp City income tax returns. Upon completion of your return, you will receive a confirmation number indicating your return was successfully filed. If you submitted your return electronically and did not upload your Federal return and W-2s showing the local taxes withheld or if you choose to only use the Online Tax Tool to prepare your return, you will need to: Print the completed form. Sign the form. Attach the appropriate documentation (a copy of the W-2s showing local income tax withheld, the first page of your Federal Income Tax Return, and copies of all of the proper Federal Schedules). Mail the return to the Tipp City Tax Department at the address below. Forms are also available upon request and can be mailed to you by calling 937-667-8426 (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m.). Click here to begin filing your return electronically. Tipp City Department of Taxation Office Location 260 S Garber Dr Tipp City, Ohio 45371-3116 Upcoming Events Restoration BoardJul 25, 2017 | 260 S Garber Drive 7:30 PM at the Tipp City Government Center     The Restoration Board meeting is held on the fourth Tuesday each month.City CouncilAug 7, 2017 | 260 S. Garber Drive City Council Meetings begin at 7:30PM and are held at the Tipp City Government Center 260 S. Garber Drive Tipp City, OH 45371Tree BoardAug 9, 2017 | 260 S. Garber Drive The Tree Board meets at 5:15PM on the second Wednesday of even months.  Meetings are held at the...

H.B. 5 News

Tax DepartmentNews and InformationH.B. 5 H.B. 5 – New Municipal Income Tax Guidelines Effective January 1st, 2016 Pursuant to the passage of Amended Substitute House Bill 5 in December 2014, new state-mandated municipal income tax guidelines have been established effective with tax returns due for tax years beginning January 1st, 2016 and after. Ohio Revised Code Chapter 718, effective January 1st, 2016 can be found at the following link: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/718. Please reference this document to determine how the new state-mandated changes affect you. **IMPORTANT TO KNOW** The new tax code “Chapter 39.60” goes into effect on January 1, 2016 and will apply to tax year 2016 and forward. The current tax code “Chapter 39.50” will continue to be in effect and will apply to tax years 2015 and prior. To view Chapter 39.60 (new) or Chapter 39.50 (old) select the appropriate link   Please click a link below for information detailed by type of filer: Withholders Individuals Businesses For Penalty and Interest Rates click here. For Taxpayer’s Rights & Responsibilities click here. For How to File an Appeal click here. For Our Letter to Tax Preparers click here.   Updated December 29, 2015   Quick Links E-File Taxes Make a Tax Payment Tax Forms Tax Ordinance & Regulations Tax Questionnaires Income Tax Collection Policy H.B. 5 News and Information Related Links FAQ Tax Supervisor Steve Cross 937-667-8426 crosss@tippcity.net Finance Director John Green 937-667-8424 greenj@tippcity.net     Upcoming Events Restoration BoardJul 25, 2017 | 260 S Garber Drive 7:30 PM at the Tipp City Government Center     The Restoration Board meeting is held on the fourth Tuesday each month.City...

Tipp City Home Page

Welcome to Tipp City, Ohio 260 S. Garber Drive  Tipp City, OH 45371 Tipp City is a thriving city just minutes north of Dayton on Interstate-75 proud of its exemplary schools, well-preserved historic district, and small-town charm. Tipp City is well known for its great neighborhoods and a strong retail community that includes numerous quaint shops in our historic downtown area. Situated near the intersection of two of the nation’s most traveled highways, Tipp’s strategic location also makes it one of the most competitive locations for industrial firms wanting to reach a large population or customer network by ground, air or rail. Learn More About Tipp City  Visitor Information   Aquatic Center Information Summer Sewer Credit Application View/Pay Utility Bill Tax Documents E-File Your Taxes View Estimated Tax Payments/Credits     Restoration BoardJul 25, 2017 | 260 S Garber Drive 7:30 PM at the Tipp City Government Center     The Restoration Board meeting is held on the fourth Tuesday each month.City CouncilAug 7, 2017 | 260 S. Garber Drive City Council Meetings begin at 7:30PM and are held at the Tipp City Government Center 260 S. Garber Drive Tipp City, OH 45371Tree BoardAug 9, 2017 | 260 S. Garber Drive The Tree Board meets at 5:15PM on the second Wednesday of even months.  Meetings are held at the Tipp City Government Center, 260 S. Garber Drive, Tipp City, OH, 45371City CouncilAug 21, 2017 | 260 S. Garber Drive City Council Meetings begin at 7:30PM and are held at the Tipp City Government Center 260 S. Garber Drive Tipp City, OH...

Sidewalk / Curb Repair Program

EngineeringTipp City conducts aSidewalk & Curb Repair Program Each year a section of the City is targeted for the program There’s nothing worse than setting out for a nice long walk or run through your neighborhood and stumbling on a cracked, deteriorated, or misaligned sidewalk. Not only does this sidewalk threaten your safety, but it also decreases the neighborhood’s beauty. To combat this problem, the City of Tipp City conducts an annual sidewalk and curb repair program. Each year a section of the City is targeted for the program with the goal of covering a portion of the City that is or is scheduled for asphalt resurfacing, or has been resurfaced within the last 2 years. Tipp City has adopted the practice, which is common in most communities across the country, of making property owners responsible for the sidewalk and curbs abutting their properties. In Ohio, state law provides for this practice on the premise that property owners get the most benefit from the walk because it is available for their use and it enhances a property’s value. So when it comes to making repairs, property owners are responsible. The City Engineering Department inspectors review the sidewalk and curb and mark the sections that must be replaced or repaired. The criteria for replacement or repair was established by City Council and has been used for several years. After the marking is completed, an explanation of the markings, a copy of the required work, an estimated cost, and the options for doing the work are sent to the affected residents. There are two options for repairing the sidewalks and curbs...

Tax

Tax DepartmentAll Tipp City residents 18 years of age and older are Required to File Tax Department Hours: 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday All Tipp City residents 18 years of age and older are required to file an annual income tax return with the City regardless of if or where they work. The local income tax rate is 1.5 % and applies to gross wages, salaries, other personal service compensation and net profits of Tipp City businesses. Tipp City allows 100% credit (up to the total 1.5% Tipp City tax rate) for taxes paid to the workplace municipality. The income tax revenue funds the majority of non-utility related city-provided services and capital improvement projects. Income tax revenue is allocated 53.33% to the General Fund and 46.67% to the Capital Improvements Tax Fund. The income tax revenue allocated to the Capital Improvements Fund may only be used for capital improvements. Quick Links E-File Taxes Make a Tax Payment View Payments and Credits Tax Forms Tax Ordinances Tax Questionnaires Income Tax Collection Policy H.B. 5 News and Information Related Links FAQ Contact Info   Tax Supervisor Steve Cross 937-667-8426 crosss@tippcity.net Finance Director John Green 937-667-8424 greenj@tippcity.net     Upcoming Events Restoration BoardJul 25, 2017 | 260 S Garber Drive 7:30 PM at the Tipp City Government Center     The Restoration Board meeting is held on the fourth Tuesday each month.City CouncilAug 7, 2017 | 260 S. Garber Drive City Council Meetings begin at 7:30PM and are held at the Tipp City Government Center 260 S. Garber Drive Tipp City, OH 45371Tree BoardAug 9, 2017 | 260 S. Garber Drive The Tree Board meets...