EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES REGARDING NEW WITHHOLDING REQUIREMENTS PER HOUSE BILL
#5, ESTIMATED PAYMENTS, PENALTIES, AND INTEREST.
(click to read notice)
- The New
Philadelphia Income Tax Department administrates the city's income
tax law. It collects the tax
dollars used to provide fire and police protection and other city
services. New Philadelphia's
income tax rate is 1.5%.
- INCOME TAX
- 150 East High
Avenue Suite 041
- New Philadelphia,
- Fax: 330-364-9851
- Closed on Holidays
- WHEN TO FILE
You must make
and file a return with the Income Tax Department on or before April
15th of each year if:
* You are a resident or non-resident 18 years of age
or older, who engages in business or other activity or whose
qualifying wages, commissions or other compensation are subject to
the 1.5% tax, whether or not a tax is due.
* You own and/or operate a business within New
Philadelphia or you earn income from a business or pass-through
entity for work done or services performed in the city. Ownership
of rental property is considered a business.
- If your return is
made for a fiscal year or other period different from the calendar
year, the return must be filed within four months from the end of
such fiscal year or other period.
effective January 1, 2005 thru December 31, 2015
effective starting January 1, 2016
- For an explanation
of the Extension of Time to File, see Section 197.094 of
Failure to file and pay by April 18th is a criminal violation of New
Philadelphia's income tax law.
- Each employer
within or doing business within the city is required to withhold
the 1.5% tax.
- Account Application
- ESTIMATED TAX
Every taxpayer shall make a declaration of estimated taxes for the
current tax year if the amount payable as estimated taxes is at
least $200.00. Estimated tax payment forms are available
- TAX CREDIT
- All New
Philadelphia residents who work outside the city receive a 1.5%
credit on taxes paid to other municipalities.
- PENALTY AND
Interest Rate-the federal short-term rate (rounded) plus five
Monthly Interest Rate
Yearly Interest Rate
- Late Filing -
25.00 per month (or
fraction thereof) up to $150.00*
all but estimated payment returns.
- Late Payment - 15% of the
amount not timely paid.
- Late Withholding Payment -
50% of the amount not timely paid.
- NSF Check Fee - $25.00
- HARDSHIP PAYMENT
Individuals who cannot pay their taxes when due must provide proof
of their hardship to the Tax Administrator. Taxpayers are eligible
for hardship payment agreements once every five years.
Businesses are not eligible for payment agreements.
- PAY ONLINE *
- Click the button
above. The first time you will register; after that, payments are
an easy 3-step process.
- PAY BY SMART PHONE
OR TABLET *
- Scan above QR Code
with smart phone, Download "PSN Payments" from the App
Store or Google Play. Tip: Go online to create your payer profile
before you use the app.
online or by mobile device:
- A $1.00 fee is
charged for checking/savings payments; 2.75% (+$.50 if payment is
less than $100.00) is applied to credit/debit card payment.
You can pay
immediately, schedule a payment or set up Auto-Pay for the amount of
your bill.( Auto-Pays must be set up online.)
You can print
receipts, view past payments, see status of payments, stop Auto-Pay by
- If you need
assistance with paying online, call PSN at
1-866-917-7368. If you have questions on your Tax form,
call us at 330-364-4491.
use Payment Service Network to process our payments. PSN has been
certified as maintaining the highest level of security as required by
the credit card industry.