The regular tax return filing deadline is April 15. However, due to the Washington D.C. Emancipation Day holiday being observed on April 16, 2018, Tax Day for 2017 return filings is on the following Tuesday April 17, 2018. This is also the deadline for City tax returns.
Q: When is the Centerville tax office open?
A: The Income Tax Division is open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday, except holidays.
Q: What is the Centerville income tax rate and who does the income tax apply to?
A: Through tax year 2016, the Centerville income tax rate is 1.75%. As of January 1, 2017, the Centerville income tax rate increased to 2.25%. The tax is applicable to all residents of the city as well as all non-residents working within the city. The tax also applies to all businesses that are either located in the city or performing services in the city. The tax rate is levied upon all gross wages, salaries and other compensation, and all other business net profits.
Q: Who is required to file Centerville income tax returns?
A: All Centerville residents are required to file an income tax return annually, even if no tax is due. Non-resident individuals, sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies,limited liability partnerships, associations, corporations, and S corporations that own rental properties, conduct business, perform services, solicit sales, operate or maintain an office in Centerville must file, even if no tax is due. Retired individuals who no longer have taxable income may be exempt from filing after notifying the Income Tax Division. Non-resident individuals working in Centerville are not required to file a tax return if Centerville tax was withheld.
Q: What schedules or supporting documents should I attach to my return?
A: Most taxpayers will have completed their Federal tax return before completing their Centerville tax return. A copy of the Federal tax return and Federal schedules or forms containing any information that relates to the information on the City return should be attached. Examples: W-2, Schedule C, Schedule E, Schedule K, Schedule K-1, Form 1065, Form 1120.