NEW LEBANON INCOME TAX FILING DEADLINE IS APRIL 15, 2023
The Village of New Lebanon has a 1% income tax rate which applies to all who live, work, own property or operate a business in the Village of New Lebanon. This rate has remained unchanged for over 31 years. The earnings tax provides for many of the Village's services and major improvements. We do not give credit for tax paid to other municipalities.
WHO NEEDS TO FILE?
New Lebanon has a mandatory filing regardless if you have no income or no taxable income for every person 16 years or older. Therefore, every person 16 years and older, who lives, works, or owns a business or rental property in the Village must file an income tax return whether taxes are
due or not.
Non-residents^ who received a salary, wages, commissions, and other earned income for work done or services performed or rendered within the Village and Non-residents who own rental property within the Village are required to file a return. Non-resident taxes are computed on net income after allowable expenses.
^Non-resident who work in the Village do not have to file if New Lebanon tax is withheld.
*Withholding accounts can download monthly or quarterly vouchers below.
College students, even though they reside outside of New Lebanon for a portion of the year, are required to file if their permanent residence is New Lebanon.
Military Active Duty Pay or Reserve Duty Pay is not taxable.
If you are 72 years old and no longer have taxable income notify the office to change the status of your account and you will no longer need to
file or you can check the box on the income tax form.
Tax returns are due by April 15th for each year. Please refer to income tax instructions as to the penalties, interest and late file penalties that could apply. It is no longer necessary to file a copy of Federal extension by the original due date of the return to extend time to file. A copy of the Federal extension MUST be provided when filing an extended return. An extension only extends the time for filing. Any tax liability is still due by April 15, 2023. Penalty and interest will apply.
Every person who anticipates a net tax liability of at least $200 is required under Ohio Law to make estimated tax payments so that a minimum of 90% of your tax liability is paid by *January 15th of the following tax year. These payments are due April 15th, July 15th, October 15th, and January 15th. This became effective December 1, 2016 per State of Ohio changes to municipal income tax laws(via the Ohio Revised Code and House Bill 5).
*Forth Quarter estimated taxes are due January 15 of following year to avoid penalty. Failure to pay estimated tax by due date will result in penalty.
The Village of New Lebanon will prepare your tax return in the office at no charge and will be happy to assist you on the telephone.
Tax forms are available to download below and instructions are included. Withholding accounts can download monthly or quarterly vouchers below.
WHERE DO I OBTAIN A TAX FORM?
Pre-printed forms are mailed in early January. Forms are available at the Village offices, 198 South Clayton Road, New Lebanon, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
WHO DO I CONTACT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS OR NEED HELP WITH NEW LEBANON TAXES?
Kelly Pinkerton, New Lebanon Tax Administrator
Village of New Lebanon Income Tax Department
198 South Clayton Road, New Lebanon OH 45345
(937) 687-1341, Fax (937) 687-1213
Hours 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Ohio Department of Taxation
School Tax Division
Ohio Attorney General Collections
New Lebanon 2018 Income Tax Return
New Lebanon 2017 Income Tax Return
New Lebanon 2016 Income Tax Return
New Lebanon 2015 Income Tax Return
New Lebanon 2013 Individual Return
New Lebanon 2014 Individual Return