NOTE: We are NOT taking appointments at this time. Any questions, please call the Fiscal Officer between 8am - 4pm Mon-Fri. Please use drop box outside our office building, or mail in your information. ONLY USE THE SECURE EMAIL OPTION (below) TO EMAIL ANY TAX DOCUMENTS!
” To provide funds for the purpose of general municipal operations, maintenance, new equipment, extension and enlargement of municipal services and facilities and capital improvements of the Village of Gibsonburg, there shall be, and is hereby levied a tax on salaries, wages, commissions and other compensation, and on net profits as hereinafter provided. ”
(Ord. 839. Passed 12-7-64)
SECURE EMAIL IS NOW AVAILABLE!
Click the button below to use the new secure email system when sending confidential information. For example, fillable tax returns, supporting tax information and other tax related forms. For questions, please contact the tax department listed to the right.
A summary of the instructions for the Village of Gibsonburg Tax Return is listed below. Detailed instructions for tax years 2016 and beyond, please scroll down this page or call 419-637-6004 M-F 8am - 4pm. We do not accept electronically filed returns.
NOTE: Tax returns WILL NOT be considered complete until all W-2’s and/or federal schedules are attached, AND the return is signed. Completed returns must be mailed in or dropped off at our office. No electronically filed returns at this time.
- All residents are required to file a yearly tax return!
- All amounts should be rounded to the nearest dollar.
- Please use BOX 5 (Medicare Wages) on W-2 for taxable income.
- No credit will be given for wages taxed in another municipality.
- A copy of your Federal 1040 must be included with all individual returns.
- Tax shelter programs and deferred wages (such as 401(k) contributions) are subject to the Gibsonburg Tax. Use Medicare Wages (from box 5 of the W-2) for taxable wages on sections (A4).
- All returns from business or professional taxpayers must have a copy of their Federal return schedule(s) attached. Examples of business income include farm, rental, gambling and/or other misc income. Returns without appropriate Federal schedules attached will be considered delinquent.
- All residents, regardless of age, must file a tax return who have earned income. A married couple may file a joint return even if filing separately on the Federal and State returns.
- Non-residents working inside the city limits and not subject to withholdings must file and pay 1% of their gross wages.
- Estimates must be made on all income if tax obligation to the Village is more than $200.
- Failure to receive a return, declaration or other required form shall not excuse any taxpayer from making a return, declaration, or filing such form, or from paying any tax due.
- Name(s) and Social Security Number(s) MUST be inserted on all Tax Returns and Forms.
- Amounts of $10.00 or less will not be refunded nor is it payable to the Village of Gibsonburg.