What income is not taxable to the City of Springboro?

Following is a list of the most common sources of non-taxable income. If you have questions about other income sources, feel free to call us at 937-748-9701.

  • Investment income such as interest, dividends and capital gains
  • Social Security benefits
  • Retirement income from pensions, annuities and IRA distributions
  • State unemployment benefits
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Alimony and child support
  • Proceeds from life insurance
  • Third-party sick pay
  • Active-duty military pay
  • Income earned by any active-duty military member or his/her spouse whose home of record is not Springboro (Note: to claim this exemption, file our Military Exemption Form.
  • Income under $1,000 from the Board of Elections for polling-place work
  • Royalties from intangible income sources
  • Housing allowances provided to clergy—to the extent the allowance is used to provide a home
  • Refunds from state or local governments

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1. Where can I get the latest filing information and tax forms?
2. What is the deadline for filing my 2022 Springboro return?
3. I'm retired. Do I need to file?
4. I'm disabled. Do I need to file?
5. I didn't have any taxable income last year. Do I need to file?
6. Do I need to file a return if I'm a minor?
7. I'm a college student living on campus, but I come home to Springboro during school breaks. Do I need to file a return?
8. I moved during the year. What is my filing requirement?
9. Are unemployment benefits taxable?
10. Which form should I use to file my return?
11. What documents do I need to include with my return?
12. I've completed my tax return. Can I submit electronically?
13. I want to come to your office and have your staff prepare my return. What do I need to do?
14. I'm not available to go to the City Building during office hours. How can I get help preparing my tax return?
15. I have questions about how to complete my tax forms. What should I do?
16. What income is taxable in the City of Springboro?
17. What income is not taxable to the City of Springboro?
18. I have a balance due on my tax return. How can I pay it?
19. I'm unable to pay my balance due. Is it possible to set up a payment plan?
20. When can I expect my tax refund?
21. I'm not sure what credit I have available for 2022. How can I find out?