Due Date for Tax Year 2021 Annual Returns
Monday, April 18, 2022 is the due date for the 2021 Dublin individual tax return filing, payment, and the first quarter estimated payment for tax year 2022.
Municipal Net Profit Taxpayers
Monday, April 18, 2022 is the due date for the 2021 Dublin municipal net profit return, payment, and first quarter estimated payment for tax year 2022.
IMPORTANT CHANGES for Tax Year 2021 Annual Returns
We now have resident and non-residents tax forms for individuals. Please make sure you are using the correct form based on your situation. Be sure that you are thoroughly reading all acknowledgements before signing and that each return is signed in all required locations. Failure to sign your return in all the required locations may cause a delay in the processing of your return.
Per Ohio H.B.110: Beginning January 1, 2021, any non-resident individual working from home or any location other than their Dublin principal place of work may be eligible for a refund of 2021 Dublin tax withheld by their employer; this applies ONLY to tax year 2021.
Non-Residents Requesting a Refund:
- All Work-From Home (entire year) Refund Requests must use our new form 2021 Non-Resident Individual Work From Home (Entire year) Refund Request (Form WFH-1040)
- An employer certification is no longer required for refund requests for non-residents
- As previously stated above, all acknowledgements on your return MUST be signed in order for us to process any refund.
- Please note, in accordance with ORC 718.13, any refund issued by the City of Dublin will be disclosed to your taxing jurisdiction of residency.
- Please provide our office with a copy of your resident return (if applicable) showing tax due for monies requested to be refunded.
Residents Requesting a Refund from Other Cities:
- All Dublin residents working from home that had local taxes withheld to their Principal Place of Work (PPW) city may be able to get a refund from that taxing jurisdiction.
- A resident that receives a refund from another taxing jurisdiction will not receive credit for local taxes paid on their DUBLIN INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURN FOR RESIDENTS ONLY (DIR-1040) form.
- Any refund received from another taxing jurisdiction will need to be paid to Dublin within thirty days after receiving their refund check
- Please note, in accordance with ORC 718.13, any refund issued by other taxing jurisdictions will be disclosed to the City of Dublin.
If you have any questions related to these request for refunds please call the Division of Taxation at 614-410-4460.
Visiting the Tax Office
Our office is now located inside the Dublin City Hall building at 5555 Perimeter Drive, Dublin, Ohio 43017. Please check in with the receptionist at the Front Desk, who will direct you back to the Taxation office. We will then assist you at our Taxation front window or conference room.
For your convenience, you can now utilize our secure drive-up mailbox to drop off your tax returns, documents, and non-cash payments located at the front of Dublin City Hall (pictured above).
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 email@example.com.
Dublin Address Checker
Use the search box below to confirm if your residence or business address is located in the City of Dublin for taxation purposes. The “city” listed in the search results will be the taxing jurisdiction for that address.
Your mailing address (i.e. post office or school district) does not always reflect the taxing jurisdiction in which you live.
About Tax Filing in Dublin
All residents of Dublin (that are 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 2.0% and applies to gross wages, salaries, compensation, and net profits of businesses and rentals. The City of Dublin provides 100% credit up to 2.0% for taxes withheld or paid to the workplace municipality for individuals.
All businesses located in Dublin or those conducting business within the City are required to file an annual net profit return. All employers with employees working within the City of Dublin (including from their home) are required to withhold the tax of 2.0% and remit to the C
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.
Online Payment Option Available to Pay Your Dublin Taxes
Individuals and Businesses can now pay electronically using a Checking or Savings account (no fee) to pay tax due with your tax return filing, make estimated payments, or pay other balances due. Additionally, Individuals 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).
Click here to go directly to the Dublin Division of Taxation’s online bill payment system.
You will receive a confirmation number for each payment made, along with an email confirmation for your records. Payments may take 2 business days to post to your bank account, however, our office will be able to view the payment immediately and will post it to your tax account the next business day.
Taxes Made Easy
Returning this year is Dublin’s E-File tool, a convenient and secure way to file taxes online. Around two thirds of residents still opt for traditional filing which amounts to an estimated 100,000 sheets of paper annually. The City of Dublin is encouraging residents to skip the printing, envelopes, stamps and checks by, instead, filing and paying your taxes online using our E-File tool.