Where is my Ohio State Tax Refund?
Where is my Federal Tax Refund?
How to file an Ohio Tax Extension
How to file an Ohio Tax Amendment
Prepare and efile Your Ohio Tax Return
The EfederalTaxPreparation.com tax software makes it easy for you to efile your state tax return and use the correct state tax forms. Prepare and efile your Ohio state tax return (resident, nonresident, or part-year resident) and Federal tax return together.
You can prepare and efile as many state tax returns as you need for one price.
Ohio Income Tax Filing Deadline
The regular deadline to file an Ohio state income tax return is April 15.
|Tax Deadline Date||Type of Income Tax Return||Filing Deadline / Due Date Description|
|April 15, 2014||2013 Ohio State Tax Return||Due date for Ohio State Income Tax Returns – income tax filing deadline|
|April 15, 2014||2013 Ohio State Tax Extension||Due date for Ohio extension requests and automatic extensions|
|October 15, 2014||2013 Ohio State Tax Return||Last day to efile a 2013 Ohio State Income Tax Return for tax extension filers and late efilers|
View all state tax return filing deadlines here.
Find federal income tax return filing deadlines here.
Ohio State Tax Forms
All of the following Ohio state tax forms are supported by the EfederalTaxPreparation.com software:
|Form OH||Affidavit of Non-Ohio Residency/Domicile for the Tax Year 2013|
|Form OH||Credit Certification Information|
|Form OH – Cleveland (CCA)||Employment/Profit Tax (Section A and B)|
|Form OH – Cleveland (CCA)[CCA EXE]||Exemption Certificate|
|Form OH – Cleveland (CCA)||Municipal Income Tax|
|Form OH-City of Columbus IR-22/25||Annual City Tax Return|
|Form OH||Extension Payment Amounts|
|Form OH||Generic Municipality Form – General Information|
|Form OH||Health Care Expenses Worksheet|
|Form OH||Pass-through Entity Credit Information|
|Form OH-RITA||Declaration of Exemption|
|Form OH – RITA 10A||Days Worked Out of RITA|
|Form OH- Toledo||Estimated Tax|
|Form OH – Toledo||Municipality Form|
|Form OH – Toledo||Municipality Form Sections A, B, C & Y|
|Form OH-IT-40P||Income Tax Payment Voucher|
|Form OH-IT-1040||Individual Income Tax Return (Pages 1-3)|
|Form RITA (Form 37)||Individual Municipal Income Tax Return|
|Form SD-100||School District Tax Return|
|Form SD-100ES||Estimated Tax|
|Past Year Forms: Tax Year 2012 Ohio Tax Forms (Print, Fill Out, and Mail)|
|CCA EXE||Exemption Certificate|
|CCA RFD||Application for Refund|
|City of Columbus IR-22||Annual City Tax Return (for individuals who file with two cities or less)|
|City of Columbus IR-25||Annual City Tax Return (for individuals who file with more than two cities)|
|City of Toledo||Estimated Tax|
|City of Toledo||Tax Return Sections A, B, C, and Y|
|Form IT-40P||Income Tax Payment Voucher|
|Form IT-1040||Income Tax Return (for Residents, Nonresidents, and Part-Year Residents)|
|Form IT-1040ES||Individual Estimated Income Tax Vouchers|
|Form IT-2210||Interest Penalty on Underpayment of Estimated Tax|
|RITA EX||Declaration of Exemption|
|RITA Form 37||Individual Municipal Income Tax Return|
|Form SD-100||School District Income Tax Return|
|Form SD-100ES||School District Estimated Income Tax Voucher for Estates|
|Schedule A||Income Adjustments (Additions and Deductions)|
|Schedule B||Nonbusiness Credits|
|Schedule C||Ohio Resident Credit|
|Schedule D||Nonresident/Part-Year Resident Credit|
|Worksheet||Health Care Expenses|
Where’s My Refund? – Check Your Ohio State Tax Refund Status
If you efile an Ohio state tax return, your refund will generally be processed in 1 week. It may take 6-8 weeks to process your refund if you filed your Ohio return on paper.
Check your Ohio state tax refund status online.
Ohio Tax Facts
OH Income Tax:
Ohio taxes all Individual income across several tax brackets at graduated tax rates:
- 0.587% for the first $5,200 of taxable income
- $30.52 + 1.174% for incomes between $5,200 and $10,400
- $91.57 + 2.348% for incomes between $10,400 and $15,650
- $214.84 + 2.935% for incomes between $15,650 and $20,900
- $68.93 + 3.521% for incomes between $20,900 and $41,700
- $1,101 + 4.109% for incomes between 41,700 and $83,350
- $2,812.70 + 4.695% for incomes between $83,350 and $104,250
- $3,793.96 + 5.451% for incomes between $104,250 and $208,500
- $9,476.63 + 5.925% for income above $208,500
The tax brackets amounts are adjusted annually for inflation.
Cities and school districts in Ohio levy additional local income taxes at various rates.
OH Sales Tax:
Ohio has a state sales tax rate of 5.5%. Counties and regional transit authorities also levy additional local sales taxes.
OH Personal Property Tax:
In Ohio, real estate and other personal property is taxed locally.
Odd Tax Fact:
Since 1953, Ohio has administered a horse racing tax. This tax is applied to both pari-mutuel and “exotic” wagering on horse races.
The tax’s base of the tax depends on the following factors:
- The amount wagered on all pari-mutuel racing each day
- The amount wagered on exotic bets each day
- The total amount wagered at each horse race meeting of a permit holder
The current pari-mutuel wager rates are as follows:
- First $200,000: 1.0%
- Next 100,000: 2.0 %
- Next 100,000: 3.0 %
- Over 400,000: 4.0 %
In addition to the pari-mutuel wagering tax, a 3.5% tax applies to daily wagering on results other win, place, and show. This type of exotic wagering includes daily double, perfecta, quinella, and trifecta.
The current horse race meeting rates are as follows:
- Less than $5 million: 0.10%
- $5 million or more: 0.15%