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CLERK OF COUNCIL/FINANCE DIRECTOR:
FINANCE OFFICER /TAX COMMISSIONER:
Jeffrey T. Williams
ACCOUNT CLERKS:Sandra FohlBusiness Accounts, Transient Occupancy Tax, Cinema Admissions Tax, Entertainment Admissions Tax
Renee Elliott Resident Accounts D-Z
Sam Fogle Delinquent Accounts, Resident Accounts A-C, Mayor's Court, and Collections
Rachel Naegele-Lucas Resident Returns (513) 346-5715
Joyce Roehm New Accounts, Registrations, and Forms
* Who must file?
All businesses located in Springdale, all businesses that earn sales as a result of work performed in Springdale, and all residents 19 years and older (all of the above are required to file whether a tax is due or not).
* What is the tax return filing due date?
Individuals – April 15th (unless a different Federal due date is imposed), Businesses – April 15th or 3-1/2 months after the fiscal year-end.
* What is the Springdale earnings tax rate?
Residents, 1.5% of all gross wages and applicable earned income. Businesses, 1.5% of all net profits earned in Springdale.
* What if I need an extension?
Extension requests are required in writing and are due by the tax return filing due date, unless you have obtained a Federal extension. If you have obtained a Federal extension this automatically grants a Springdale extension to the Federal extension due date.
* When do I have to pay the tax due?
Beginning in 2016, 90% of the tax liability is due by December 15th (or for businesses, 15 days before the fiscal year-end). Any remaining tax is due by the tax return due date (or for businesses, 3-1/2 months after the fiscal year-end).
* Is the City of Springdale located within the City of Cincinnati?
No, the City of Springdale has no affiliation with the City of Cincinnati. Although the post office will deliver mail to a Springdale location with a Cincinnati mailing address, this does not mean the location is in Cincinnati. Springdale is its own municipality and operates under its own charter separate from any other city.
* Are my property taxes paid to the County Treasurer the same as the income tax?
No, the two are completely different. The property taxes are assessed based on the value of the real property you own. The income tax is based on income earned. The property taxes are paid directly to the County Treasurer. The income tax is based on a filing made to the Springdale Tax Department.
* Can I pay my taxes owed using a credit card?
Yes, the Tax Department does accept Visa/MasterCard payments. If you owe taxes and want to pay at the time you send in the filing, on the Individual Return form is a section to fill out regarding the credit card information. The credit card portion of the form must be signed to be processed.
* I am not a resident of the City of Springdale, but my work location is in the City of Springdale and several times a year I am sent to work outside the City of Springdale, yet my company continues to withhold 1.5% of my income. Am I entitled to a refund for the portion I was working out of Springdale?
Yes, you are entitled to a refund for the portion you were working out of the City of Springdale. To obtain a refund for employment travel outside of Springdale, complete form NRE (Non-resident employee return). Forms and instructions can be obtained from the forms section of the web page
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