Visiting the Tax Office after June 1, 2020
Starting June 1, 2020, you will be able to visit the Dublin’s Tax Office. First, you will need make an appointment before you come to the New City Hall located at 5555 Perimeter Dr. To set up an appointment please call 614.410.4460. Before you enter the building for your appointment, you will need to have your own mask and have your temperature checked at the door.
For your convenience, you can now utilize our drive up secure mailbox to drop off your tax payments or returns located at the front of City Hall. Additionally, the City of Dublin’s online bill payment system has added a NEW payment option. Checking/Savings electronic payment (no fee) is available to pay your tax due with your return filing, make estimated payments, or other forms of tax due more easily.
New Payment Option Available to Pay Your Dublin Taxes
The City of Dublin’s online bill payment system has added a NEW payment option. Checking/Savings electronic payment (no fee) is available to pay your tax due with your return filing, make estimated payments, or other forms of tax due more easily. Additionally, you can still make tax payments using Visa, MasterCard, Discover, VISA and MasterCard Debit Card (Please note the credit card company charges a convenience fee, currently 2.65% of the total amount remitted).
We will receive an instant notification of your payment and we will post your payment to your account the next business day; however, it may take 2 business days for your payment to post to your bank account. For each payment, you will receive a confirmation number. We will also send you an email confirmation for your records. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 614-410-4460 (Monday – Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tax Deadline Extended to July 15
The City of Dublin Department of Taxation has extended the due date for filing and paying your Dublin 2019 annual tax return and for individual and business taxpayers to July 15, 2020. First and second quarter estimated payments for tax year 2020 will also be due on July 15, 2020. If you have any questions, please call the office of Taxation at 614.410.4460.
Taxes Made Easy
The City of Dublin has introduced new measures in 2020 to make income tax filing easier and more accessible to all residents.
For the first time, instructions for completing Form DIR-1040 are now available in Japanese and Chinese, the top languages spoken by residents with limited English language proficiency, according to Census data. The professionally translated versions provide better transparency for those who wish to learn about the process in their native language. Residents are still required to file their taxes in English.
Returning this year is the City’s E-File tool, a convenient and secure way to file taxes online. Around two thirds of residents still opt for traditional filing, amounting to an estimated 100,000 sheets of paper annually. This year, the City of Dublin is encouraging residents to save paper and skip the printing, writing, envelopes, stamps and checks. Instead, file and pay your taxes online using E-File.
This spring, the Division of Taxation will move to the new City Hall located at 5555 Perimeter Drive. Taxpayers can expect the same high quality service with the addition of new features like a drive-up drop-off secure mailbox. An exact move-in date has not been announced. To follow the process, visit dublinohiousa.gov/future-city-hall.
About Tax Filing in Dublin
All residents of Dublin 18 and older are required to file an income tax return with the City, regardless of where, or if, they work. The local income tax rate is 2 percent and applies to gross wages, salaries and other personal service compensation, and net profits of Dublin businesses.
The City provides 100 percent credit up to 2 percent for taxes paid to the workplace municipality. The revenue generated from income tax funds the majority of City-provided services and capital improvement projects.
Income tax revenue is allocated 75 percent to the General Fund and 25 percent to the Capital Improvements Tax Fund. The income tax revenue allocated to the Capital Improvements Fund may only be used for capital improvements.