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Posted on December 7, 2016 at 10:28 AM by Laura Oldham
Posted on December 6, 2016 at 11:42 AM by Laura Oldham
1.) Yes, if you work in a municipality with a tax rate of 2.5%. This includes Columbus, Upper Arlington, Bexley, Worthington, Obetz, and Whitehall.
2.) No, if you are a resident working in the City of Grandview Heights, or in a municipality with a local income tax rate of less than 2.5%.
Municipality tax rate (for example income of $50,000):
2.5% of $50,000 = $1,250
Previously not covered by credit:
0.25% of $50,000 = $125
Total taxes owed: $1,375
Municipality tax rate:
Total taxes owed: $1,250
1.) Cancel Withholding: If you previously established a courtesy withholding account with your non-Grandview Heights employer, contact your payroll department to cancel your courtesy withholding. This will eliminate an unnecessary income tax overpayment and the need to file for a refund later.
2.) Reduce Estimated Payments: If you did not have courtesy withholding but made estimated payments during the year, you may be able to reduce your 2017 estimated payments by a comparable amount. For some residents, if this income earned outside the City was the only reason estimated payments were made, you may be able to eliminate estimated payments altogether.
Posted on December 5, 2016 at 12:52 PM by Laura Oldham