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--Credit or Debit Card

You may use your Discover, VISA, MasterCard or American Express card to pay your income taxes. You may make the credit or debit card payments by either visiting tax.ohio.gov or calling 1-800-2PAY-TAX (1-800-272-9829). The Ohio jurisdiction code is 6446. Whether you visit our website or pay by telephone, Official Payments will provide the payment services. Official Payments will bill your account a convenience fee equal to 2.5% (or $1, whichever is greater) of the tax payment. Neither the state of Ohio or your school district receive any portion of this fee.

When will my payment be posted? Your payment will be effective the date you charge it.

What happens if I change my mind? If you pay your tax liability by credit or debit card and you subsequently reverse the transaction, you may be subject to penalties, interest and other fees imposed for nonpayment or late payment of your tax liability. 

Whom should I call if I have a problem with my credit or debit card payment? Call Official Payments toll-free at 1-866-621-4109.

How do I pay my Ohio and/or school district income tax over the telephone using a credit or debit card? Once you have determined how much you owe, follow the steps below:

--Use your touch-tone telephone to call toll-free 1-800-2PAY-TAX (1-800-272-9829). When prompted, enter the Ohio jurisdiction code, 6446.

How do I pay my Ohio and/or school district income tax over the Internet using a credit or debit card?  Once you have determined how much you owe, follow the steps below:

--Go to www.officialpayments.com. Select "State Payments" and enter the Ohio jurisdiction code, 6446. Or you may visit Online Services at tax.ohio.gov

 

--Electronic Check or Bank Account You can eliminate writing a check for your Ohio and/or school district income tax due amount(s) by using the free, expanded electronic check payment option that is available to all taxpayers. If you make a payment using an electronic check, the money will be directly withdrawn from your checking or savings account. The authorized amount will be withdrawn from your account within 24 hours unless you elect to delay payment. You can delay payment until the payment deadline of April 15, 2019.

When paying by electronic check, you must first determine your filing method:

--Ohio I-File – Follow the payment instruction prompts that you receive during Ohio I-File.

--IRS e-file – If you are electronically filing your Ohio individual and/or school district income tax return using an approved software program, follow the payment instruction prompts for making payments by electronic check.

--Paper Filing – If you are filing by paper (Ohio IT 1040 and/or Ohio SD 100), you can still use the electronic check payment option. Go to tax.ohio.gov.

You may also file and pay your quarterly 2019 Ohio individual and/or school district estimated income tax with the electronic check method. Go to tax.ohio.gov.

--Paper Check or Money Order You may pay your Ohio individual income and/or school district income tax by personal check or money order. Make  individual income tax payments payable to "Ohio Treasurer of State" and school district income tax payments payable to "School District Income Tax."

You must include the appropriate voucher with your payment:

--For an original IT 1040, use the IT 40P voucher.

--For an amended IT 1040, use the IT 40XP voucher.

--For an original SD 100, use the SD 40P voucher.

--For an amended SD 100, use the SD 40XP voucher


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Views: 1074 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 26, 2018
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