Yes. You receive a credit up to the tax rate of the city tax withheld, not to exceed Oregon's tax rate of 2.25%. (Note: Does not include school district taxes.)
Yes. Our auditors are glad to assist you. We are available from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Bring your Federal return and all related schedules along with your W-2's and 1099's to our office.
City of Oregon
Division of Taxation
5330 Seaman Road
Oregon, OH 43616
Yes. An extension only extends the amount of time that you have to file. Your payment is still due by April 15th (or the original due date of the return).
No, you must submit a copy of your Federal extension to Oregon on or before the original due date of the return.
Any employer located within or conducting business within the Oregon city limits must withhold and remit Oregon tax. The employer should withhold tax from employees who work or perform services in Oregon. The employer should withhold from employees who live in Oregon, regardless of where they perform their duties, unless tax is withheld for another municipality which has a rate of 2.25% or greater. If the tax withheld is less than 2.25%, the difference should be withheld to Oregon.
Yes, unless you are no longer claimed as a dependent on your parents' Federal return and you have permanently changed your address.
If your only earned income is from Social Security, pension, interest and dividends, you are not required to file. You must file a final return stating that you have retired. If you return to work, any earned income other than retirement income would be subject to tax and a return would be required.
No. You may file either jointly or individually.
Interest, dividends and capital gains (losses not deductible), military pay and alimony (payments not deductible), Social Security benefits, workers' compensation, unemployment and other government allotments, pensions and qualified retirement benefits, section 125 and 129 benefits, gambling winnings, and income from patents and copyrights.
Resident individuals who have earned income are required to file, even when no tax is due. Non-resident individuals who earned income in Oregon that was not subject to withholding by an employer must file. Non-resident individuals who own rental properties or conduct business in Oregon must file, even if no tax is due. Partnerships, limited partnerships, corporations, S-corporations and associations that conduct business in Oregon must file, even if no tax is due.
April 15th or 3 months and fifteen days from the end of the fiscal year, or if it falls on a weekend, the first business day after.
Oregon's tax rate is 2.25%.