Ohio Income Tax Forms and Ohio Income Tax Rate Information

By | December 23, 2015

Ohio Income Tax E-File Information

Electronic signature for e-filing is allowed. Tax site should NOT send any documents to the state; rather, taxpayer should keep all documents for four years.


Who must file Ohio income tax?

Full year and part year residents must file an Ohio tax return. Nonresidents must file if they have any Ohio income. See web site for info on over age 65 filers.

Follows general residency rules.


What are Ohio income tax deductions, income exclusions, and income tax exemptions?

No standard or itemized deductions. May exclude social security income (to extent included in federal adjusted gross income).

Retirement pay received for service on military active duty or the National Guard or reserves, as well as pay received by a surviving spouse through the Survivor Benefit plan, has been exempt from the Ohio income tax since 2008.

The Ohio Veterans Bonus is not taxable as part of either federal or Ohio adjusted gross income. Bonus recipients also do not need to report it as income on either their federal or Ohio income tax return.


What is the Ohio Income Tax deadline?

Deadline is April 18, 2016.


Ohio Income Tax Contact Information

Taxpayer Services Division 4485 Northland Ridge Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43229

General Information:  (800) 282-1780      


Ohio Income Tax Contact Info

Forms: (800) 282-1782
Web site: Taxpayer Services
Refund Status: (800) 282-1784; Refund Status
Forms: Forms
Electronic Filing: (614) 466-0197