Municipal Tax Issues 

Municipal tax reform brings simpler compliance

OSCPA’s top legislative priority for years has been achieving meaningful reforms to Ohio’s municipal tax structure—the most complicated in the nation. In 2017, OSCPA worked with Ohio leaders and the Municipal Tax Reform Coalition to pass additional, pro-business reforms that reduce costs and red tape, making it easier for taxpayers to comply with filing requirements.

Ohio Tax Reform
Business taxpayers who file net profits returns in more than one municipality can opt in to file one central return through the Ohio Business Gateway and make estimated quarterly payments.

Centralized Filing FAQ

Latest news on municipal income tax reform:

  • Oct 11, 2018

    Muni tax policy’s day in court is Oct. 17

    Ohio’s 10th District Court of Appeals is set to hear arguments next week in appeals filed by cities looking to block centralized collection of municipal net profits taxes.

Centralized filing: open for business!

Taxpayers must register by the first day of the third month of their fiscal year.

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