Employer Tax Forms

  • Resident Individuals
  • Nonresident Individuals (see below)
  • Associations (including Partnerships, Joint Ventures, etc.)
  • Corporations (including S-Corporations)
  • Fiduciaries – Estates and Trusts (including Grantor Trusts)

Individuals

The following persons must file an annual return and a Declaration of Estimated Tax for the current year.

A RESIDENT of Dublin having earned income and/or who engages in a business or profession in or outside his place of residence (even if all taxes have been properly withheld). Residents who are exempt from paying the tax (e.g. pension income only or under age 18) should complete a Form DX-1 (Declaration of Exemption) one time. A Declaration of Estimated Tax is required for all individuals whose tax is not fully withheld if the estimated tax due is more than $100.00.

Not sure if you are resident? Check your status here.

A NONRESIDENT of Dublin having earned income in Dublin from which Dublin city income tax has not been fully withheld, and/or who engages in a business or profession in Dublin. Any taxpayer engaged in business must file an annual return, even if a loss is claimed on the business. Individual taxpayers seeking a refund for taxes withheld should complete a Non-Resident Employee Refund Application form. A declaration of estimated city income tax is required for all individuals whose tax is not fully withheld if the estimated tax due is more than $100.00.

INDIVIDUALS – Ask yourself these questions:

1. Was I over 18 and a resident of the City of Dublin for any portion of the tax year?
Your mailing address (i.e. post office or school district) does not always reflect the taxing jurisdiction in which you live. When in doubt, find out by clicking here or call (614) 410-4460.

2. Did I have any other earnings in Dublin from which at least 2.0% was not withheld?

Self-employment income, net income from rentals, tips, commissions, etc. are taxable to the City as earned income. If you have rental property in Dublin or other business income earned within Dublin, you must file a return even if you show a loss.

If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, you are required to file a Dublin income tax return. Forms and instructions are available on our web site www.dublin.oh.us or you may call the Income Tax Division (614) 410-4434.

Businesses

The following business enterprises must file an annual return and a Declaration of Estimated Tax (if estimated tax due is greater than $100.00).

ASSOCIATIONS deriving income from work done or services performed or rendered and business conducted in Dublin. Taxable income for Associations with special allocations of ordinary income will be based on positive partner allocations before negative partner deductions.

CORPORATIONS and FIDUCIARIES (ESTATES and TRUSTS) deriving income (or losses) from work done or services performed or rendered and business conducted in Dublin.

All taxpayers engaged in business must file an annual return, even if a loss is claimed on the business. A declaration of estimated city income tax is required for all business entities with estimated tax due of $100.00 or more.

Did you Know That:

  • The City of Dublin Income Tax Division provides taxpayer assistance regarding income tax matters between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • Your mailing address (i.e., area post office or school district) does not always reflect the taxing jurisdiction in which you live. Not sure if you actually live in the City of Dublin? Find out by clicking here or call (614) 410-4460.
  • As a Dublin resident, you are responsible for paying additional tax if the tax rate where you work is less than 2.0%.
  • Social Security benefits, pension income, welfare payments, state unemployment, workers’ compensation, interest and dividends are not subject to Dublin city tax.
  • The filing deadline for calendar year taxpayers is April 15th. All extension requests must be submitted on or before this date.
  • Extensions are an extension of time to file not an extension of time to pay any tax due. Payment of any estimated tax due should accompany the extension request
  • A copy of the Federal extension (Form 4768 – Individuals, Form 7004 – Corporations, and Form 8736 – Partnership, REMIC or for Certain Trusts) is acceptable but must be submitted to the City by the original due date of the return.

For most taxes, the interest rate that will apply to overdue taxes the next calendar year is calculated by adding five percentage points to the federal short-term rate (rounded to the nearest percentage point) that was in effect during the current year in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 718.27.

For 2022 the interest rate is 5%

Past interest rates:

  • 2017 – 6%
  • 2018 – 6%
  • 2019 – 7%
  • 2020 – 7%
  • 2021 – 5%

Questions should be directed to the Division of Taxation at 614.410.4460.

Dublin Municipal Income Tax Ordinance

City

Use this link for the contact and basic tax information for all municipalities in Ohio.

School District

School District taxes in the state of Ohio are administered by the Ohio Department of Taxation.

County Auditor & Property Taxes

The Franklin, Union, and Delaware County Auditors’ offices administer and collect property taxes on behalf of the City and should be contacted with any questions regarding property valuations or property taxes.

State of Ohio

Federal

Kevin Robison, Director of Taxation

Office Phone Number:
614.410.4460

Toll Free Tax Number:
1.888.490.8154

Fax
614.410.4956

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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