Non-Filing Notices and Administrative Subpoenas Issued - Attention Required!
Posted On: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
If you received a non-filing notice from RITA it is because you are listed as a RITA Municipality taxpayer and RITA did not receive an income tax return for the tax year(s) listed on the notice.
Send the applicable returns to RITA prior to the date listed on the notice. Mail the returns to RITA Compliance Department at P.O. Box 477900, Broadview Hts., OH 44147. Tax forms and instructions are available here.
If you did not file a return for the tax year(s) because of any of the reasons listed on the notice, check the reason that applies, fill in the requested information, sign and send the notice back to RITA Compliance Department at P.O. Box 477900, Broadview Hts., OH 44147 by the due date listed on the notice.
If you do not respond to the non-filing notice by the due date RITA may issue an administrative subpoena, which requires you to appear at your City or Village Hall and file your income tax returns.
If you have received an administrative subpoena from RITA you may send all of the requested tax documents to RITA prior to the date on the subpoena and you will not have to appear. Those documents must be sent to RITA Compliance Department, P.O. Box 477900, Broadview Hts., OH 44147.
If you do not respond to the non-filing notice or to an administrative subpoena RITA may determine the amount of tax, penalty and interest that you owe from tax records provided to RITA by the Internal Revenue Service. You will not receive credit for any tax you may have paid to a workplace city or village if your tax due is determined from Internal Revenue Service records. RITA receives records from the Internal Revenue Service under section 6103 of the Internal Revenue Code.
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