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School District Income Tax

Wyoming City Schools voters have approved two school district income taxes, both on traditional tax base - .5% in May, 1994 and .75% in November, 1989 - for a total of 1.25%. 

The school district income taxes are levied on both earned and unearned income, including employee compensation such as wages and salaries, self-employment income from sole proprietorships and partnerships, retirement income, interest, dividends, capital gains, and unemployment benefits. Individuals and estates must file an Ohio school district income tax return. Taxes are paid directly by residents to the Ohio Department of Taxation and disbursed in quarterly payments back to the school district. Information on filing can be found here. When filing, our school district number is 3122. 

School District income tax accounts for 33% of the District's general fund revenue. More information about WCS income tax collection is available below:

WCS Income Tax Collection Data

Wyoming Income Tax history