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Example: Taxpayer "A" lives in Brookville and works in Dayton. "A" earned $50,000 and had $1,250.00 (2.5% of earned income) of Dayton tax with held from their pay. Brookville will give a maximum credit on the $50,000 of $500.00 (1.00%) earned income). Since the taxpayers tax liability would be $1,000.00 ($50,000*2%), minus the credit for Dayton ($500.00) this would leave the taxpayer owing $500.00.For special situations, contact the Brookville Director of Finance at 937-833-2135, or the Income Tax Division at 937-415-2240 or 1-866-898-5891 (toll free) for further clarification.
1. You can request your employer withhold and submit 1% of your wages as a courtesy.2. For those taxpayers who have income that is not fully withheld, or your employer will not withhold as a courtesy, you can pay your tax in quarterly installments throughout the year. The payments are due in April, June, September, and December. When such payments are not made timely, penalties and interest may be imposed.
To avoid penalty and interest charges, a resident can pay at least 90% of the tax due in timely quarterly installments; the other is to have paid, again in timely installments, an amount equal to the tax liability in the immediate prior year. Those amounts may be a combination of employer withholding and estimated payments.
Estimated tax payments may be remitted electronically through the City of Vandalia website, http://vandaliaohio.org, or mailed directly to their office. Quarterly estimated remittance statements can be downloaded from the City of Vandalia website as well.
If you have questions about estimated taxes or income tax in general, please contact the City Office at (937) 833-2135, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or the City of Vandalia, Income Tax Division at 1-866-898-5891, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.