City pushes back tax deadline to match feds, state

BY JOE WESSELS
Loveland Local News

LOVELAND, Ohio — Loveland city officials have officially moved the income tax filing deadline to match changes made by the Internal Revenue Service and the state of Ohio.

Federal tax returns are now due Monday, May 17, 2021, after Congress made late changes to the tax laws and the IRS conceded taxpayers needed more time to figure out the changes. The Ohio Department of Taxation also changed its filing deadline to align with the federal changes.

The new deadline for taxpayers to file their 2020 Loveland City income tax return has been extended to the same federal and state day.

The city of Loveland currently has a 1 percent tax rate, with full reciprocity for residents who work in other cities and pay their income tax. Townships, like Miami and Symmes, cannot levy income taxes like cities can in Ohio.

Questions? Call the Loveland City Hall at (513) 707-1452.

Last Updated on June 10, 2021 by Joe Wessels

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