Withholders of Tipp City Income Tax
On November 8, 2022 Tipp City voters approved a ballot issue that will change the internal allocation rates of the City’s 1.5% city income tax. It does not change the City’s income tax rate or credit(s) for taxes paid to other cities. The current income tax rate is 1.5% and it will remain at that rate going forward. Please call the Tipp City tax department at 937-667-8426 should you have any questions.
Ohio Attorney General Collection Enforcement Information
The Tipp City Income Tax Department has contracted with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office of Collection Enforcement to collect outstanding debt.
The City has sent a minimum of three letters to taxpayers for money owed and/or non-filing of tax years. Taxpayers that have not responded to the letters will be sent to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office for collection. Once the Attorney General has contacted you by letter, the Tipp City Tax Department can no longer assist you with your account for the year(s) stated on their letter.
The Collection Enforcement has regional offices located in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo and Youngstown to assist taxpayers daily with account resolution and payments. You can access an on-line payment system 24/7 or contact Collection Enforcement Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at 888-301-8885.
In visiting the Attorney General Collection Enforcement in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo or Youngstown, valid photo identification is required to be able to access the floor. It must be presented to building security for registration and issuance of a visitor pass.
Every resident 18 years of age and older who lives within the corporation limits of Tipp City is required to file an annual income tax return with the city. Residents who are 16 or 17 years of age only need to file if there is Tipp City tax due. Filing is required even if there was no earned income, you were a full-time student or were claimed as a dependent on someone else’s federal return.
Residents who have retired and no longer have any taxable income may receive an exemption from filing the annual return. Also, residents with disabilities that prevent them from working can receive the same exemption. For more information, please contact the tax department.
As mentioned before, the annual return is only required by those who live within the corporation limits of Tipp City. To see if you would be subject to Tipp City’s mandatory filing requirement based on your address, please visit The Finder on the Ohio Department of Taxation’s website.
Income Tax Credit and Allocations
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.
Access a page to file taxes electronically.
Read through frequently asked questions about taxes in Tipp City.
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.
View the penalty, interest rate, and late filing fee.
See the options available to you for making tax payments.
Extensions are only for additional time to file. There is no extension of time to pay.
Find a list of regular tax forms from current and past years.
The City of Tipp City has a mandatory filing requirement.
View answers from Tax Questionnaires.
Access the Tipp City payments and credits page.