I'm retired. Do I need to file?

If you are permanently retired and your only source of income is from pensions, Social Security benefits, IRAs, or investments, file an Exemption Form. We will inactivate your account and you will no longer be expected to file an annual return with the City.

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1. Where can I get the latest filing information and tax forms?
2. What is the deadline for filing my 2020 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. Does the City have software I can use to both prepare and file my return online?
14. Will the Tax Office be open this season for in-person tax filing?
15. Can I make a virtual tax appointment through Zoom?
16. I'm not comfortable using Zoom or going into the City building. How can I get help preparing my tax return?
17. I have questions about how to complete my tax forms. What should I do?
18. What income is taxable in the City of Springboro?
19. What income is not taxable to the City of Springboro?
20. I have a balance due on my tax return. How can I pay it?
21. I'm unable to pay my balance due. Is it possible to set up a payment plan?
22. When can I expect my tax refund?