Village of Ashville Income Tax
The Village of Ashville Income Tax is administered by Patricia Cavinee at the Village Administrative Offices located at 200 East Station Street in Ashville; however, the Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) completes our tax mailings and basic tax ‘bookkeeping’ requirements. Notices from the Ashville Tax Department or RITA are for the same tax – the local income tax.
Ashville Tax Filing
The Village of Ashville has a one percent (1.0%) income tax effective on and after 01/01/2008 on any personal income tax or business net profit derived by any individual or business, resident or non-resident, within the Village limits of Ashville.
Each taxpayer is required, whether or not a tax is due thereon, to file a local income tax return on or before April 15th of each year. A late filing fee of $25.00 will be assessed for any returns not filed by the due date. Any individual whose annual tax liability is $200.00 or more and whose income tax is not fully withheld must file a declaration setting forth estimated taxable income and pay quarterly. Penalty and interest is assessed against any liability not paid quarterly.
The Ashville Income Tax return can be completed on the RITA (Regional Income Tax Agency) form or a generic form if all the needed information is provided. RITA forms are available online at www.ritaohio.com, at the Village municipal building, or at the local library.
The RITA website also offers e-filing options.
Ashville Tax Registration
Every taxpayer is required to register with the Village of Ashville Income Tax Department within thirty (30) days of becoming a resident. The registration form is available at the Ashville Tax Office, is included in your new resident packet or on the RITA website. A penalty of $10.00 per day will be assessed for non-registration.
We encourage taxpayers to take advantage of our automated web services such as e-File and My Account. These services allow taxpayers to obtain estimated payments and credit carry figures and to submit a tax question through secure email. This website is a free, simple and secure web service.
New Rules for Tax Year 2016
Municipal income tax changes go into effect January 1, 2016 as a result of the enactment of House Bill 5 by the 130th Ohio General Assembly. These changes may impact your Tax Year 2016 estimate and tax filing requirements.
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