Due to Covid 19, all Town Hall offices are available to the public by appointment only.
Completed tax returns may be submitted through mail, fax, or our secure drop box located next to our mailbox.
If you need assistance completing your return, you may call the office at 937-746-0556, or submit all necessary documents including W2's, a copy of page 1 of your Federal return and any appropriate Federal schedules or other necessary information via the drop box, mail, or fax to 937-743-8178 and we will complete your return.
Please include a good phone number with the submitted information, so that we may contact you regarding your return.
Beginning Monday, May 18th, the tax office will be accepting appointments for those requiring additional assistance with tax return preparation.
We apologize for the inconvenience and we appreciate your patience.
The Carlisle Tax Department is responsible for the collection of the municipality’s 1.5% income tax. The municipal tax rate includes 1% tax for general municipal services (effective January 1, 1989) and an additional .5% for police services (effective January 1, 1995). The earnings tax provides for many of the town’s services and major improvement.
The Carlisle Tax Department does not oversee the current 1% earned income tax for the Carlisle School System. Collection of this school tax is administered by the State of Ohio. For further information regarding the school tax, click HERE to visit the Ohio Department of Taxation.
Filing Dates & Information
THE NEW DEADLINE FOR 2019 RETURNS AND PAYMENTS IS JULY 15, 2020
ATTENTION: CHANGES TO 2019 LATE FILING FEE
The fee will be $25.00 PER MONTH ($150.00 maximum) for late filing beginning July 16, 2020.
CORRECTION TO 2018 CARLISLE TAX RETURN FORM
Please attach pages 1 & 2 of the Federal return to your 2018 Carlisle tax return.
The return says "Attach Schedule/Page 1 of the Federal Return". It should say "Attach Pages 1 & 2 of the Federal Return"
Tax years 2016 & 2017 need to attach page 1 of the Federal return.
All residents, living within the municipality for more than 30 days out of the year, who are 18 years of age or older are required to file an income tax return without regard to employment or tax liability. This requirement is called “mandatory filing.”
Persons having no source of city taxable income who are permanently retired or permanently disabled, and do not expect to receive city taxable income in the future, may apply for a tax filing exemption. Simply fill out the "Declaration of Exemption Form" located on the right, under "Additional Forms" and submit the completed form along with the necessary proof documents to our office for approval.
You are permitted a credit up to 1.5% on wages taxed in another city.
The interest rate is calculated based on the federal short term rate plus 5%. The rates are as follows:
Calendar year 2018: 6% per year or 0.50% per month
Calendar year 2019: 7% per year or 0.58% per month
Calendar year 2020: 7% per year or 0.58% per month
Calendar year 2021: 5% per year or 0.42% per month
The 2019 tax return is due on July 15, 2020.
If you are filing your federal return on extension, a copy of said extension needs to be filed with the municipality in order to avoid late filing fees.
An extension only extends the time of filing, Any tax liability is still due by July 15th to avoid penalty and interest charges.
2019 quarterly state-mandated due dates are as follows:
2nd Quarter – due June 17, 2019
3rd Quarter – due September 16, 2019
4th Quarter – due January 15, 2020
Vouchers for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarter remittances will not be mailed with the tax return. You may print off remittance forms and submit with your payment by the above due dates. Remittance forms are located on the right side of this page under “2018 Tax Forms” in the “Individual Tax Forms” section.
Withholding Reconciliations are due the last day of February each year.
income tax faq
Filing Taxes is always a difficult task — but these frequently asked questions can make the process a little bit easier.
Click the button below to view the most commonly-asked questions regarding Carlisle Income Tax.
The administration of the Municipality of Carlisle's financial matters is the responsibility of the Finance Department. The Finance director serves as the chief financial officer of the Municipality, and advises the Village Manager and the Municipal Council on financial matters. The department also maintains the Municipality's accounting records, prepares the Municipal budget, and processes all accounts receivable and payable functions for the municipality.
individual tax forms
2019 Tax Forms
business tax forms
Income Tax Account Forms
New Business Questionnaire
Use this form to open a new Carlisle Income Tax account. To update business information, please call the Tax office.
2019 Business Tax Forms