Dayton Daily News

Some options for help with filing city taxes

- By Joannie Kingseed

The city’s new due date for filing 2020 returns is June 4. That deadline gives residents a little extra time to file their city returns after they meet the federal filing obligation, which the IRS has extended until May 17.

As in the past, you’ll need to submit a copy of page 1 of your Federal Form 1040 with your Springboro return.

There’s plenty of support available from the Springboro Tax Department when it comes time to complete your local return:

If you’re a “do-it-yourself-er,” you can access all the forms and tools you need to complete your own return at If you have questions, give our staff a call at 937-7489701; we’ll be happy to assist. When your return is done, you can upload it to our electronic drop box, put it in one of the city’s physical drop boxes at the municipal building, or mail it to us at 320 W. Central Ave., Springboro, 45066.

If you want us to do the work for you, go online to our electronic dropbox and follow the instructio­ns on our submission form to upload the documents we need to prepare your tax return. We’ll send you your completed return for review and signature along with final filing instructio­ns.

If you prefer in-person assistance, our staff can prepare your return on-site, but you must schedule an appointmen­t. Schedule online or call us, 937-7489701. Don’t wait to make your reservatio­n; appointmen­ts fill quickly.

If you want personal attention without leaving home, consider going online to schedule a Zoom appointmen­t. If you get us your tax documents 24 hours in advance of that virtual meeting, we’ll be ready to discuss the results of your return with you.

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