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Tax office not mailing tax forms

| December 23, 2014

COSHOCTON – The City of Coshocton Income Tax Office, in an effort to save tax dollars, will no longer be mailing tax forms.

Taxpayers will receive a postcard by mail with filing instructions (not receiving a postcard does not exclude you from filing).

Tax forms are available online at www.cityofcoshocton.com/incometaxdepartment.

Also new this year is a calculating tool online to prepare your return. All forms must be printed and mailed to the office no later than April 15, 2015, to avoid a late file fee.

Forms also are available at Coshocton Tax Office, Coshocton Public Library and Coshocton Post Office.

Effective with the 2014 tax filing those residents employed in another municipality or village will receive 50 percent (.75 percent) credit in place of the prior 100 percent credit.

Any questions, contact the tax office at 622-9515.

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