Marion City Auditor – Income Tax Division

The Income Tax Office is a division of the City Auditor’s Office that is responsible for the receipt of all local income tax payments, along with processing and auditing of all returns filed in their office.  City income taxes include employer’s withholding tax and both net profit and individual tax returns. 

The City of Marion is a mandatory filing municipality, which requires the registration of all businesses doing work within the city limits as well as all individuals that live and/or work within the city limits.  The local tax rate is 2%. 

Revenue collected from City income taxes is broken down and distributed to help fund city services, including but not limited to general fund; safety services; street construction, maintenance, and repair; parks; and transit.

Filing Deadline for 2022

The Marion City Income Tax filing deadline will follow the federal filing deadline, which is Tuesday, April 18, 2023.

Hours of Operation for the Income Tax Office are:
Monday through Thursday     8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday                                     8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Taxpayers have the following options for filing their tax return documents:

  • Submit tax return documents directly to the Income Tax Office (located on the 3rd floor of City Hall).
  • Place tax return documents in an envelope that is clearly marked for the Income Tax Department and then put envelope in the drop box located between the front doors of City Hall next to the Utility Billing Department.
  • Mail/Ship tax return documents to the Income Tax Office.

Individual Tax Filing Information

Business Tax Filing Information

Online Tax Payments

You can now make payments towards your City of Marion Income Taxes online. Click here for details!

Current Tax Rate and Mandatory Filing

Effective January 1, 2013, Marion City Income Tax rate increase to 2.0% AND mandatory filing went into effect for Marion residents.
(click here for more information)

Credit for Tax Paid to Another City

Effective July 1, 2012, the credit for taxes paid to another city was reduced to 50%.
(click here for more information)




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City of Marion
Auditor's Office
Phone: 740-383-5337                                       
Ohio Auditor of State
Phone: 1-866-FRAUDOH (1-866-372-8364)