A flat-rate Income Tax can be levied up to 1% without voter approval in all cities and villages. A tax exceeding 1% may be enacted only with voter approval. The tax is imposed on wages, salaries and other compensation of individuals and net profits of businesses and professions received within the municipality.
Townships are not included, only cities have City Income Tax
Partial or full credit can be given to residents paying Municipal Income Taxes to a different municipality where they work.
The Income Tax Rates* are:
Huber Heights 1.75%
New Carlisle 1.50%
Pleasant Hill None
Spring Valley None
Tipp City 1.00%
West Carrollton 1.75%
West Milton 1.75%
Yellow Springs 1.50%
* Income Tax rates are subject to change. Confirm the tax rate stated here with the city of interest or a tax professional prior to writing a purchase offer. Consult a tax professional for verification of tax rates and tax advice.
COUNTY TAX INFORMATION
Montgomery County Ohio Tax
(cities in Montgomery County are Dayton, Oakwood, Centerville, Miamisburg, West Carrollton, Kettering, Riverside, Huber Heights, Vandalia, Trotwood, and Englewood.)
Greene County Ohio Tax
(Cities in Greene County include Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Fairborn, Yellow Springs, Xenia, Jamestown, Spring Valley, and Cedarville)
Warren County Ohio
(Cities in Warren County include Springboro, Red Lion, Waynesville, Lebanon, Carlisle, Corwin Butlerville, Franklin, Harveysburg, Loveland, Mason, Middletown, Maineville, Monroe, Morrow, Pleasant Plain, and South Lebanon.)
Miami County Ohio Tax
(Cities in Miami County include Tipp City, Troy, Casstown, West Milton, Potsdam, Ludlow Falls, Laura Pleasant Hill, Covington, Bradford, Piqua, and Fletcher)
COMPARE TAX RATES OF VARIOUS CITIES AND VILLAGES AROUND THE GREATER DAYTON OHIO AREA
How do the cost of real estate taxes, school district income tax, city income tax, and water & sewer rates for cities and villages in Greene and Montgomery counties compare?
* The REAL ESTATE TAX is based on a home valued at $144,896. Real estate taxes include taxes for the county, school, township, corporation, and Board of Health.
** CITY INCOME TAX is based on $57,959 Earned Income in the City or Village of residence. If income is earned other than in place of residence, that city's earnings tax rate would apply and this change the total cost.
*** SCHOOL DISTRICT INCOME TAX - This is in addition to school taxes collected through the real estate (property) taxes. School District Taxable Income is based on $53,609 with one person, one spouse and one dependent exemption.
**** WATER & SEWER RATES - Based on Residential Usage of 1,000 cubic feet per month. Rules from the 2008 Water & Sewer Rate Survey prepared by the City of Oakwood.
Income and school district averages are based on the number of cities with the taxes.
THE ABOVE INFORMATION WAS CREATED FROM INDEPENDENT SOURCES AND WAS COMPILED BY THE CITY OF FAIRBORN IN APRIL 2008.