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,
330-364-4491 ext 508
- 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.
- New Philadelphia
allows a net loss carry forward for three years. The city does not
allow a net loss carry back.
- An extension to
file must be made in writing to the Tax Administrator. An
estimated payment of tax due must be included with the extension
- Failure to file
and pay by April 15th is a criminal violation of New
Philadelphia's income tax
- Each employer
within or doing business within the city is required to withhold
the 1.5% tax. Download
- Account Application
- ESTIMATED TAX
- New Philadelphia
residents whose employers do not with-hold the 1.5% city tax
should make estimated payments to the Income Tax Department
throughout the year. Down-load Estimated Payment Forms here.
- TAX CREDIT
- All New
Philadelphia residents who work outside the city receive a 1.5%
credit on taxes paid to other municipalities.
- HOW TO PAY YOUR
- At this time, the
Income Tax Department only accepts
- cash, check,
or money order payments.
- HARDSHIP PAYMENT
- Individuals who
cannot pay their taxes by April 15th must provide proof of their
hardship to the Tax Administrator. Businesses are not eligible for
- PENALTY FEES
$25.00 on any
return filed after April 15th or on returns filed after extension
- 1.5% per month on
any unpaid balances due.
- $35.00 on returned
- CHANGES TO AN
INSTALLMENT PAYMENT AGREEMENT
- Effective October
6, 2014. Click