Work City Credit - 1/2% of income taxed by the work city.
Work City Credit - Effective January 1, 2024 up to 1% of income taxed by the work city.
Income Tax Increase Information
Per ordinance the due date for filing tax returns with the City is the same as the filing deadline for the State of Ohio. The due date for filing 2023 City of Lebanon Municipal tax returns is April 15, 2024.
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Can't make it in during business hours? Use our drop off service or upload your tax documents and the Tax Form Completion Request via secure email. Documents must be received by March 31 to be considered timely filed.
The City has mandatory filing with no minimum age requirement. Individuals must file an earned income tax return no later than April 15 of each year, or the State filing deadline, and businesses must file no later than four months after the calendar or fiscal year end.
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Income Tax Filing Requirements
*Residents with only retirement income or disability payments who have previously notified the tax department are exempt from filing.Quarterly Estimated PaymentsIf your estimated annual tax due exceeds $200, and your employer does not withhold City of Lebanon income tax from your wages, you are required to make estimated quarterly income tax payments by April 15 (1st Quarter), June 15 (2nd Quarter), September 15 (3rd Quarter), and January 15 (4th Quarter) annually. Failure to remit the required estimated quarterly payments will result in penalty and interest charges.Taxable / Non-Taxable IncomeThe following document contains a listing of taxable and non-taxable income: Taxable/Non-Taxable Income
- All Lebanon residents must file a tax return annually, even if taxes are not owed.*
- All businesses located within the City limits must file a return.
- All non-resident businesses, individuals and landlords who have sales income, perform work or services in the City, or own rental property within the City limits must file.
- All tax returns prepared by a third-party must be filed by the resident or business.
We have developed this web site to better serve you, the taxpayer. On this web site you will find the City’s Income Tax Ordinances, individual and business tax returns and instructions, estimated income tax payment coupons, and a variety of other resources. We hope that you will find what you need here, please let us know if you need assistance.
The mission of the City of Lebanon Tax Department is to provide exceptional customer service while enforcing the City Income Tax Ordinances by collecting the earnings tax, assisting taxpayers in the preparation of tax returns, administering tax refunds in a timely manner, and maintaining accurate taxpayer records.
City Auditor / Tax Commissioner