Income Tax Division
The City of Fairfield is happy to announce E-File and E-Pay services. A convenient and secure way to file and pay taxes online. Around two thirds of all residents still opt for traditional filing, amounting to an estimated 100,000 sheets of paper annually. The City of Fairfield is encouraging residents to save paper and skip the printing, writing, envelopes, stamps and checks. Instead, file and pay your taxes online using E-File and E-Pay. Visit our website and social media platforms for further updates.
2019 Tax Season
The City of Fairfield has mandatory filing for all residents age 18 or older, as well as all businesses that are located in or are doing business in Fairfield.
The local tax return and payment is due July 15 and must include all W2s, Federal 1040, any schedules, and a signature to be considered filed.
Please send all completed returns to 701 Wessel Drive, Fairfield, Ohio 45014.
Extension to file and pay
The IRS has announced a 90-day extension for filing and payment of the 2019 tax returns.
The City of Fairfield tax office is also granting an automatic extension of the time to file and pay the 2019 tax return to July 15, 2020. During these 90 days no late filing fee or penalty and interest will be assessed on the unpaid tax balance.
If you require an extension past July 15, 2019 (i.e. more than the 90-days), please complete an extension request form. The form can be found on our website at https://www.fairfield-city.org/DocumentCenter/View/211/Application-For-Extension-PDF
Please complete the return and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 701 Wessel Drive, Fairfield, Ohio 45014.
1099-G Statements for Refunds/Credit
Each tax season, the City of Fairfield Division of Taxation issues 1099-G statements to individual taxpayers, notifying them that they have received a refund or credit.
State and local tax authorities must file information returns with IRS on Form 1099-G with respect to individuals’ income tax refunds, or credits or offsets with respect to income taxes, aggregating $10 or more in one calendar year. The return must include the aggregate amount of the state or local income tax refund (credit or offset).
A “credit or offset” is a tax overpayment which, in lieu of being refunded to the taxpayer, is either applied against an existing liability of the taxpayer, or is available for application against a future liability of the taxpayer, or otherwise used or available for use for the taxpayer’s benefit.
Please consult with your tax preparer concerning the taxability of this 1099-G issued to you for Tax year 2019. If you have any questions, please call the City of Fairfield tax office at 513-867-5327.