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2 E. Sandusky St., Ohio 43019
Phone: (740) 694-
Police Dept. (Non-
Fax: (740) 694-
Hours: MTWF 9-
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Fredericktown Tax Department
Mary Lou Hannan, Tax Administrator
2 E. Sandusky Street
Fredericktown, Ohio 43019
IMPORTANT TAX INFORMATION:
The Village of Fredericktown uses the Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) to collect their income tax. The following information provides you with your basic filing/paying requirements. Additional information, registration, filing, and/or paying on-
Village Tax Rate: 1%
Village Tax Credit: 50% (effective January 1, 2015)
The Village of Fredericktown has MANDATORY filing. You must file if you:
•Are a resident or partial-
•Are a non-
•Every corporation, partnership,trust, LLC, or estate whether a resident or non-
If you are permanently retired or disabled, you are required to file an exemption form with the Village. Once this exemption form is properly filed, you no longer are required to submit any further paperwork unless your tax situation changes. If you are not permanently retired or disabled but have no taxable income, you are required and must continue to file an exemption form with the village each year.
The filing deadline is April 15th or the IRS deadline
Failure to file a complete return by the filing deadline will result in late assessments.
An extension for filing will only be granted if you have an extension for filing the federal tax return. If you have any type of tax delinquency with the Village, your request will be denied. The extension is for filing the tax return only. If you owe tax, you must also make payment for the anticipated tax liability at the time you file the extension.
If local tax is not withheld from your pay and/or you owe tax of $200 or more, you are required to file a declaration of estimated tax.
Each employer within or doing business withe the Village of Fredericktown shall deduct at the time of payment of such salaries, wages, commissions or other compensation, the tax of 1% of the qualifying wages due by the employer to an employee.
If you have any questions, you may call the Regional Income Tax Agency at (800) 860-