2014 Ohio Individual Income and School District Income Tax returns will be available to I-File beginning on January 20, 2015.
The Ohio Department of Taxation has implemented increased security measures to protect Ohioans and the state from identity theft and tax fraud. As a result, all taxpayers using Income Tax Online Services are required to complete a new registration. Each taxpayer will need his or her 2013 Federal Adjusted Gross Income (if an Ohio IT 1040 or IT 1040EZ was filed), OR the issue date from an Ohio issued Drivers License or State ID to register. If you do not have the required components OR if you are filing an Ohio income tax return for the first time, you are not eligible to use Income Tax Online Services.
You may use Online Services to electronically file your state and school district income tax returns free of charge, view and make electronic income tax payments, view and print 1099G and/or 1099INT notices and electronically receive certain notifications that are available for viewing and/or printing.
This free service also gives you the ability to view a list of both your outstanding liabilities and your income tax returns on file through the Income Tax Electronic Services Dashboard as well as update certain contact information (i.e. mailing address, telephone number and/or email address).
To file faster, log in to the online services below. Watch the I-File Tutorial.
Income Tax Online Services
TeleFile has been discontinued as of December 2nd, 2014. You may file your income tax return electronically using Income Tax Online Services or file a paper return.
Taxpayers who prepare a return with commercial software or the help of a paid tax preparer may be able to file their federal and state returns electronically through the federal/state e-file program overseen by the IRS. To help taxpayers make sure their software is compatible with the e-file program, the Department of Taxation maintains a list of approved software vendors.
All 1099G’s Issued by the Ohio Department of Taxation will be mailed by January 31st.
1099G’s are available to view and print online through our Individual Online Services. You can elect to be removed from the next year’s mailing by signing up for email notification. This will help save taxpayer dollars and allow you to do a small part in saving the environment.
All you need to do is register for an account, create your profile, and make the election to receive email notification through “My Notifications” and you will be removed from the mailing list.
What is form 1099-G/ 1099-INT Form?
Please click the link below to review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) found under the following category: Income- 1099-G and 1099-INT
Need more help? The department has established Web pages that are designed to serve as one-stop shops for taxpayers seeking more information about the Ohio individual income tax and the school district income tax.
Lists of frequently asked questions (FAQs) are also available for the individual income tax, the school district income tax as well as for most other Ohio taxes.
Taxpayers with more questions, may contact us, or give us a call, toll-free, at (800) 282-1780. Taxpayer service agents are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.