2016 Stow Income Tax Returns Filing Deadline: April 18th. (Due to the Federal Income Tax filing deadline)
2016 Tax forms must be filed on or before April 18th following the close of the calendar year, or within four (4) months from the end of the fiscal year. Any tax form that is not signed or does not have W2’s and/or 1099’s attached or does not have the appropriate Federal Schedules attached will not be considered as being filed until such signature or materials are received at the tax office.
NEW Municipal Income Tax Guidelines to be effective January 1, 2016.
Pursuant to the passage of Amended Substitute House Bill 5 in December 2014, new State of Ohio mandated municipal income tax guidelines have been established for tax returns due for the tax years beginning January 1, 2016 and after.
Please use the links below for information detailed by type of filer: (Including important new due dates)
Penalties and Interest Rates.
For information on penalties and interest rates, click here.
Ohio Revised Code, Chapter 718: Effective January 1, 2016
For the Ohio Revised Code, Chapter 718, click here
IMPORTANT: Please note that all email sent to the City of Stow is public record. Do not include your social security number or other personal information.
Stow Income Tax Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Who must file and other FAQ’s
- Taxpayer Rights
- Income Tax Ordinance Ch 195 (Applies to taxable years Prior to tax year 2016)
- Income Tax Ordinance Ch 194 (Applies to taxable years Beginning in tax year 2016)
- Useful Links
- Employer electronic W-2 Filing Information
- Rules and Regulations
CCA Delinquent Taxes:
The City of Stow is expanding its efforts to collect income taxes owed to the City by some Stow taxpayers.
The City of Stow requires mandatory filing of taxes by its residents and non-residents that have income from rental, business or activities in Stow and has contracted with the Central Collection Agency of Cleveland to use IRS information to send those taxpayers who have not submitted their city income tax returns and to collect unpaid taxes.
By law, the City of Stow, as a city with a population under 250,000, does not have direct access to the IRS for federal taxpayer information. Central Collection Agency does have the ability to gather such data from the IRS, and it specializes in collecting municipal income taxes; serving approximately 50 jurisdictions in Ohio. For more information click here.