City of Piqua 2020 Tax Filing and Payment Extended to May 17, 2021
The Ohio Department of Taxation has extended the deadline to file and pay Ohio individual income tax for the tax year 2020, from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. As a result, the municipal income tax filing deadline for individual taxpayers has been automatically extended to May 17, 2021, as well.
Late filing penalties, and late payment penalties and interest, will not be imposed for the period of April 15, 2021, through May 17, 2021, for these extended filing payments.
The Payment due date for the tax year 2021 first quarter estimated tax payment and the filing and payment due dates for business net profit taxpayers are not impacted by this extension. However, the City of Piqua will not impose late filing penalties or late payment penalties and interest for the period of April 15, 2021, through May 17, 2021, for the first quarter of 2021 estimated tax payments or business net profit filings and payments.
The Income Tax office will be available by phone Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (937) 778-2009, extension 4 to speak with a customer service representative
Fax: (937) 778-1130
Piqua Income Tax
P.O. Box 1223
Piqua, OH 45356-1223
If you are a new Business in Piqua please fill out our tax questionnaire below.
The application below is in the *.pdf file format, which requires that Adobe Acrobat Reader be installed on your system. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can obtain a free copy from the Adobe web site by clicking the “Get Acrobat Reader” button below.Income Tax Questionnaire
Who Needs to File a Piqua Income Tax Return
- All persons living in Piqua.
- Persons living inside or outside the city limits receiving taxable earnings not fully withheld by a Piqua employer.
- Business net profits earned in Piqua.
Filing and estimated tax payment dates are:
|Final tax return for preceding year||April 15|
|First quarter estimated tax payment||April 15|
|Second quarter estimated tax payment||June 15|
|Third quarter estimated tax payment||September 15|
|Fourth quarter estimated tax payments for businesses||December 15|
|Fourth quarter estimated tax payment for individuals||January 15|
Some Examples of Taxable Income
- Employee contributed retirement programs, such as IRAs, Keough Plans or other deferred compensation plans.
- Commissions earned directly or through an agent.
- Any non-monetary compensation.
- Compensation received in the form of property is taxable at fair market value at the time of receipt.
- Lottery and other chance-related earnings.
- Covenant not to compete.
- Employer-paid sick pay, regardless of whether paid direct or through a third party insurer (unemployment compensation or similar extended payments are excluded from taxation).
- Miscellaneous corporate benefits such as golf memberships, insurance policies, car rentals, etc.
Forms Needed For Tax Filings
- To verify tax amounts when filing a city return, the tax department requires Federal form 1040 and employer-issued W2s or 1099 or a combination, whichever is applicable.
- W2 – Needs to clearly identify the locality where the withheld taxes were paid or an employer statement identifying each city and amount.
- For the local resident taxpayer whose earnings are from out-of-town activities, please provide the other city’s income tax return and the form 1040 accompanied by the appropriate Federal schedules (i.e., “C”, “E”, or “F”).
- Generic forms are acceptable if they contain the prescribed information required by the tax ordinance.
The declaration of estimated taxes shall be filed on or before the date prescribed for the filing of municipal income tax returns. The standards set forth are in reference to the Ohio Rev. Code Section 718.08. If the total taxes due after allowing any credit entitled to the taxpayer is at least $200 and the taxpayer does not meet having at least 90% of the tax liability for the taxable year withheld, the taxpayer will be required to pay estimated taxes. To avoid penalty and interest, all estimated payments must be paid by the fourth quarter due date.
Income Tax Refund
- For individuals younger than 18 years of age, evidence must be furnished by a driver’s license or birth certificate. A copy is permissible.
- For Piqua withheld taxpayers living out of town, whose entire earnings, or a portion of their earnings, are derived from activities outside Piqua, a refund request form must be completed by the non-resident and certified by the employer before any refund will be issued.
Taxpayers who choose extended payments for tax delinquencies will be assessed penalty and interest on the unpaid tax liability pursuant to Ohio Rev. Code Section 718.27.
The interest rate is assessed at the federal short-term rate, rounded to the nearest whole number percent, plus 5%. For the current interest rate assessed monthly on the unpaid tax liability, please reference the table located in our Annual Interest Rates link.
The penalty charge is assessed once at a rate of 15% on the unpaid tax liability.
A late filing charge of $25.00 per month up to $150.00 is charged if the taxpayer fails to file a return by the due date or by the date resulting from an extension.
Board of Review
The Board has the responsibility of reviewing, upon the taxpayer’s request, decisions rendered by the Administrator. Tax appeals must be filed within 60 days after the Administrator’s ruling and a hearing shall be scheduled within 60 days. The Board’s decision shall be rendered within 90 days after the final hearing.
City of Piqua Income Tax Office
201 W Water Street
P.O. Box 1223
Piqua OH 45356-1223
Income Tax Department
Business Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday
Make checks payable to:
Piqua Income Tax Department