Frequently Asked Questions

The Ohio Department of Taxation has compiled a list of frequently asked questions covering many different categories.

To view the questions, click on the "Select Category" bar and then click on the category you are interested in.  A list of questions will appear pertaining to that category. Then click on the question you are inquiring about and the answer will appear.

Can I provide more than one email address for registration? Can this be a distribution email?

Yes, the registration form provides for both primary and secondary business and technical contacts. E-mail addresses can include distribution e-mail address. The registration form asks for Primary/Secondary business contact and Primary/Secondary technical contact.

Bulk filers may provide as many (or as few) contacts as desired. In the event of an issue or problem, more contacts make it less likely that any one contact's absence will adversely affect the ability to communicate.

Can I provide more than one email address for registration? Can this be a distribution email?

Yes, the registration form provides for both primary and secondary business and technical contacts. E-mail addresses can include distribution e-mail address. The registration form asks for Primary/Secondary business contact and Primary/Secondary technical contact.

Bulk filers may provide as many (or as few) contacts as desired. In the event of an issue or problem, more contacts make it less likely that any one contact's absence will adversely affect the ability to communicate.

Can I provide more than one email address for registration? Can this be a distribution email?

Yes, the registration form provides for both primary and secondary business and technical contacts. E-mail addresses can include distribution e-mail address. The registration form asks for Primary/Secondary business contact and Primary/Secondary technical contact.

Bulk filers may provide as many (or as few) contacts as desired. In the event of an issue or problem, more contacts make it less likely that any one contact's absence will adversely affect the ability to communicate.

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