Income Tax

Local municipal income tax return filing deadline is Tuesday, April 18, 2023


All tax preparation is provided on a walk-in basis from 8:30AM – 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. Copies of all required tax documents must be present to process your return (we do not accept originals). See below for a list of required documents.

Saturday and extended hours during tax season:

  • Saturday, March 25 and Saturday, April 1 from 9:00AM – 12:00PM (APPOINTMENT ONLY)
  • Monday, April 17 and Tuesday, April 18 from 8:00AM – 6:00PM (WALK-IN ONLY)

 For questions or to schedule a tax appointment, contact us at 513.539.7374 option 3 OR tax@monroeohio.org

REQUIRED TAX DOCUMENTS

Copies of all required tax forms must accompany the return (we do not accept originals). Documents may be submitted by mail, fax, drop box, in person, or secure portal. We no longer accept documents via email. To gain access to the secure portal, click here

  • Individual Returns: All W-2s, FED 1040 (page 1), Schedules 1, Schedules C, E, F & W2-G, 1099-MISC, 1099-NEC, and copies of other city tax returns if you are requesting credit for taxes paid OR a refund to that city. Unemployment compensation is not taxable to the City – Federal Schedule 1 must be attached to the filed City return if unemployment was received in 2022.
  • Business Returns: Monroe return, and first 5 pages (including cost of goods sold) of the 1120, 1120S, or 1065.

CITY OF MONROE TAX RATE: 2%

All residents of Monroe with earned income are required to file an income tax return with the City. *Retired residents and individual taxpayers under the age of 18 years old, are only required to file a return if their income or liability meets Federal filing guidelines.* The local income tax rate is 2% and applies to gross wages, salaries and other personal service compensation, and net profits of Monroe businesses. Qualifying homeowner’s and their dependents (as listed on Federal 1040) are exempt from the .5% increase and taxed at a 1.5% rate.

Taxable income also includes gambling winnings, rents from property and/or any other profit from businesses. Social security, pensions, interest and dividends are not taxable.

The City provides 100 percent credit up to your individual tax rate (2% for renters and 1.5% for homeowners) OR the tax rate paid to the workplace municipality (whichever is lower).

TurtleCreek–Monroe Raceway Joint Economic Development District

The Income Tax office is responsible for the collection of the TurtleCreek-Monroe Raceway Joint Economic Development District (JEDD). The income tax rate for the taxing district is 2%.