Ohio Department of Taxation Online Services

What is the Department of Taxation’s Online Services?

Online Services is a free, secure electronic portal where you can file and pay your Ohio individual and school district income taxes. You can also review notices and information about those taxes from the Department. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week except for scheduled maintenance. Online Services includes:

  • I-File: Allows certain individuals to electronically file their original Ohio IT 1040, SD 100 and/or IT 10 for free. You cannot file amended returns with this service. I-File provides detailed instructions and performs calculations for you when completing your return. When using I-File, you do not need to submit any paper documentation unless requested by the Department.
  • ePayment: Allows you to electronically make Ohio individual income and school district income tax payments. This includes extension and estimated payments, original and amended return payments, and billing and assessment payments.

    Please note, while ePayment is a free service, a 2.5% service fee (minimum $1) is charged by Official Payments for credit card payments. The state of Ohio does not receive any of this fee.

  • eStatement: Allows you to view/print transcripts of previously filed returns (up to 10 years) and Ohio 1099-G and 1099-INT forms (up to 5 years). You can also view outstanding balances (if any) and update certain contact information (i.e. mailing address, telephone number and/or email address) with the Department.

To find out more information about the Ohio Department of Taxation’s Online Services, click the following link: http://bit.ly/2Z4rdW7

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