Our tax software makes it easy for you to efile your state tax return and use the correct state tax forms. Prepare and efile your Ohio state tax return (resident, nonresident, or part-year resident) and Federal tax return together or separately. (view the federal tax return filing requirements). You can prepare and efile as many state tax returns as you need for one price.
The regular deadline to file an Ohio state income tax return is April 15.
|Tax Deadline Date||Type of Income Tax Return||Filing Deadline / Due Date Description|
|April 18, 2019||2018 Ohio State Tax Return||Due date for Ohio State Income Tax Returns – income tax filing deadline|
|April 18, 2019||2018 Ohio State Tax Extension||Due date for Ohio extension requests and automatic extensions|
|October 15, 2019||2018 Ohio State Tax Return||Last day to efile a 2018 Ohio State Income Tax Return for tax extension filers and late efilers|
View all state tax return filing deadlines here.
Find federal income tax return filing deadlines here.
All of the following Ohio state tax forms are supported
|Form/Schedule||Description||Can I efile this form?|
|Form OH||Affidavit of Non-Ohio Residency/Domicile for the Tax Year 2014|
|Form OH||Credit Certification Information|
|Form OH – Cleveland (CCA)||Employment/Profit Tax (Section A and B)|
|Form OH – Cleveland (CCA)[CCA EXE]||Exemption Certificate|
|Form OH – Cleveland (CCA)||Municipal Income Tax|
|Form OH-City of Columbus IR-22/25||Annual City Tax Return|
|Form OH||Extension Payment Amounts|
|Form OH||Generic Municipality Form – General Information|
|Form OH||Health Care Expenses Worksheet|
|Form OH||Pass-through Entity Credit Information|
|Form OH-RITA||Declaration of Exemption|
|Form OH – RITA 10A||Days Worked Out of RITA|
|Form OH- Toledo||Estimated Tax|
|Form OH – Toledo||Municipality Form|
|Form OH – Toledo||Municipality Form Sections A, B, C & Y|
|Form OH-IT-40P||Income Tax Payment Voucher|
|Form OH-IT-1040||Individual Income Tax Return (Pages 1-3)|
|Form RITA (Form 37)||Individual Municipal Income Tax Return|
|Form SD-100||School District Tax Return|
|Form SD-100ES||Estimated Tax|
You can file an amendment within a period of 4 years since the original due date of the tax return. You have at least 60 days to file a return in cases when your Ohio resident credit increases or when the IRS changes your income and you get a refund check.
You must file an Ohio tax amendment if there was a change in income, deductions or tax credits in your original, accepted Ohio tax return.
You can change your filing status from married and filing separately to married and filing jointly, but you can’t change your status from married and filing jointly to married and filing separately.
Here are your two options to file an Ohio tax amendment: