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City of Tiffin extends tax filing deadline amid coronavirus pandemic

TiffinOhio.net Staff

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TIFFIN — The Ohio Legislature on Wednesday passed HB 197 extending the deadline to file state, school district and municipal tax returns to July 15, 2020 aligning it with the delayed federal deadline.

What this means for Tiffin residents is that the filing deadline for your tax returns is extended to July 15, 2020 without penalty.

It also extends the deadline without penalty and interest until July 15 for the payment of any balance due on your return along with your first and second quarter estimated tax payments.

“Even with the extension of the deadline, the tax department encourages all who are able to file their returns to do so as soon as possible,” Linda‌ ‌K.‌ ‌Neeley, City of Tiffin Tax Commissioner, said in a news release. “Even though our office is currently not accessible to the public, you may still file your return by mail, through the night drop or by emailing it to taxinfo@tiffinohio.gov.”

If you have any questions regarding the filing of your return, please call the tax office at (419) 448-5405.

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