Tax advice from the City of Loveland
Loveland, Ohio – If you are at least 18 years of age and live or earn income in the City of Loveland, you must file an income tax return with the Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA). All residents must file a return, even if no tax is due. If you had no taxable income for the entire year, you may file an exemption form and enclose the front page of your Federal Form 1040. Residents and businesses can file their local income tax returns with RITA using the following methods:
- RITA eFile: Click here and click “My Account” to securely file your return through RITA’s website.
- Individual Paper Forms: Click to download and print the appropriate return form and mail to RITA at the address listed on the form.
- Business Paper Forms: Click to download and print the appropriate return form and mail to RITA at the address listed on the form.
The deadline to file your 2017 tax return is April 17, 2018.
“If you have questions regarding filing your City taxes, please contact the Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) at 800-860-7482. Should you receive her voicemail, please leave a message and it will be returned during her next working day.”