Follow the link above for a notice to all Nelsonville City Income Tax withholding employers.
Effective January 1, 2014, The City of Nelsonville will only allow .50% credit toward taxes owed*. Whether you work or live in city limits. This will replace the 1% credit allowed in the tax year 2013.
Please advise your employer of these changes.
Effective October 7, 2014 there will be a $25.00 registration fee for all new business working within the City limits per Ordinance 52-13
* Subject to penalties and interest charges if annual income tax returns are not received on or before April 15th by the City of Nelsonville Income Tax Department.
Payroll & Income Tax Administration
Current Tax Documents
2017 Remittance Forms
To complete these forms, you must download them, fill them in completely and then mail them in. A form that is not signed will be considered incomplete and not filed. Completed forms must be received on or before due date to avoid penalties or interest charges.
Annual income tax returns must be filed and paid in full on or before April 18, 2017, with the Nelsonville Income Tax Department, P.O. Box 370 Nelsonville, OH 45764.
Monthly Withholding Payments are due on or before the 15th of the following month.
Quarterly Withholding Payments are due as followed —
|January, February, March||Due April 30, 2017|
|April, May, June||Due July 31, 2017|
|July, August, September||Due October 31, 2017|
|October, November, December||Due January 31, 2018|
Annual Withholding Reconciliation Due on or before February 28.
Copies of W-2 forms applicable to the reconciliation must be provided with the completed W-3 form. All W-2s must furnish the name, address, social security number, gross wages, city tax withheld, name of city for which tax was withheld, and any other compensation paid to the individual. If copies of W-2 forms are not available, each employer must provide a listing of the W-2 form. This listing must contain the same information as required on the W-2 form.
Tax Underpayment Interest Rate
Ohio Revised Code 718.27 requires the Tax Administrator to publish, by October 31st, the established interest rate for tax underpayments based on the Federal short-term rate that will apply during the next calendar year.
Interest shall be imposed per annum, on all unpaid income tax, unpaid estimate income tax and unpaid withholding tax.
The interest rate used shall be the Federal short-term rate (rounded to the nearest whole number percent: plus six percent (6%). The rate shall apply for the calendar year next following the July of the year in which the Federal short- term rate is determined.
NOTE: Interest applies to any balance of tax due that is not paid by the due date of a return, even if the return is filed under extension.
|Calendar Year||Monthly Interest Rate||Yearly Interest Rate|