Generally, Ohio income and school district income tax is due by April 18, 2022. There are several options for paying these taxes. Payments for Ohio and school district income taxes must be made separately.
The Department is not authorized to set up payment plans. You may submit partial payments toward any outstanding tax, interest, or penalty. However, such payments will not stop the Department's billing process, or collection attempts by the Ohio Attorney General's Office.
Any filer can pay by electronic check via the Department's Online Services or Guest Payment service, both available at tax.ohio. gov/Pay.
Additionally, electronic filers can follow their filing software's payment prompts at the time they file their returns.
An electronic check withdraws funds directly from your checking or savings account. There is no fee for using this payment method. Generally, your payment will be withdrawn within 24 hours of the date you choose for payment. You must ensure that the funds are in your account and available on the date you choose for payment. The payment will show on your bank statement as “STATE OF OHIO”.
You can delay payment until the payment deadline of April 18, 2022. You can also pay your quarterly 2022 Ohio individual and/or school district estimated income tax with this method.
Important: Future-dated payments can only be modified through the Department's Online Services at tax.ohio.gov/File.
Debit or Credit Card
Any filer can pay using a debit or credit card (Discover, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express). These payments can be made via tax.ohio.gov/Pay or www.acipayonline. com. You can also pay over the phone by calling 1-800-272-9829. You cannot futuredate a debit or credit card payment.
Note: ACI Payments, Inc. processes all debit and credit card payments.
ACI Payments charges a service fee of 2.5% of your payment or $1, whichever is greater. Ohio does not receive any of this fee. The payment will appear on your credit card statement as two separate entries – one for the payment and another for the service fee.
Paper Check or Money Order
Any filer can pay by check or money order. If you use a money order, keep a copy for your records. You will be charged a $50 fee for writing a bad check.
Ohio IT 1040: Make your check or money order payable to “Ohio Treasurer of State.” Include the tax year and the last four digits of your SSN on the “Memo” line. Include the appropriate voucher:
● IT 40P for original returns; OR
● IT 40XP for amended returns.
SD 100: Make your check or money order payable to “School District Income Tax.” Include the tax year, the last four digits of your SSN, and the school district number on the "Memo" line. Include the appropriate voucher:
● SD 40P for original returns; OR
● SD 40XP for amended returns