Form D 1-XB Business Income Tax Return Request for Extension - City of Dayton, Ohio

Form D1-XB is a City of Dayton Department of Finance form also known as the "Business Income Tax Return Request For Extension". The latest edition of the form was released in January 1, 2018 and is available for digital filing.

Download an up-to-date Form D1-XB in PDF-format down below or look it up on the City of Dayton Department of Finance Forms website.

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Form D1-XB
City of Dayton, Ohio Business Income Tax Return Request For Extension
For tax year
ending December or
Taxes are due and payable by the due dates. An extension is to file the return, NOT TO PAY TAXES OWED. If a
payment is required with this form, you must file a D-1 estimate for next year and make quarterly estimated
tax payments.
Will you be filing the Return: Corporation
or Partnership
?
Name
Your Account # or FID#
Or DBA
Your Address
Your Telephone #
City/State/Zip
Your E-mail address
Did you file a Dayton Return last year? Yes
or No
. Did you file on a different Tax ID# last year? Yes
or No
$
1 ESTIMATED DAYTON Income subject to tax
1
$
2 ESTIMATED DAYTON Tax Due @ 2.50%
2
Tax Credits
$
A Credits from prior tax years
A
$
B Estimated quarterly payments made
B
$
3 Total credits available
3
4
$
4 Balance of Dayton Tax Due (Line 2 Minus Line 3)
An extension of
days until
for filing a Dayton return is hereby requested.
READ BEFORE SIGNING: The undersigned declare this extension is necessary and adjusted to the requirements of the Dayton city tax
ordinances represented by this request. I understand that if I have not paid 90% of my final tax liability in the tax year the extension is
requested for and/or under withheld in the following year (by $200.00 or 10% of tax due) I will be charged Penalties and Interest if I fail to
make required estimated tax payments.
Tax Preparer Signature
Authorized Representative Signature
________________
Tax Preparer Telephone #
Title
Date ____________
A copy of this request must be submitted when you file your return.
Submit completed form with copy of your Federal Extension Request (if applicable) to:
Mail Extension with BALANCE DUE To:
City of Dayton
PO Box 643700
Cincinnati, OH 45264-3700
Mail Extension with ZERO BALANCE DUE To: City of Dayton
PO Box 7999
Akron, OH 44306-0999
If you should have any questions please E-mail us or Call:
taxquestions@daytonohio.gov
(937) 333-3500 (Phone)
(937) 333-4280 (Fax)
A request for a period of 120 days or less need not be filed if no balance is expected to be due. However, Federal form 4868 or 7004 must
be attached when you file your return. Form D1X must be filed for extension in excess of 120 days. You are considered to have "reasonable
cause" for the extended period only if at least 90% of your actual tax liability is paid before the regular due date of your return through
withholding or estimated quarterly tax payments. (Refer to tax instructions on Federal IRS extension forms 4868 and 7004).
Any taxpayer that has requested an extension for filing a federal income tax return shall be granted an extension for the filing of the city
income tax return for the same taxable year by filing a copy of the taxpayer's federal extension request for such taxable year with the Tax
Administrator. Any taxpayer not required to file a federal income tax return may make a written request for an extension to file a city
income tax return. The request for extension must be filed on or before the original due date for the city income tax return, as set forth in
Section 36.104(A). If the request is granted, the extended due date of the city income tax return shall be the fifteenth (15th) day of the tenth
(10th) month after the last day of the taxable year to which the return relates.
As provided in Ohio Revised Code Section 718.05 and in the rules and regulations, a taxpayer who receives an extension for filing the federal
income tax return will receive an extension for filing the city income tax return for the same taxable year by complying with Ohio Revised
Code Section 718.05(G), but such taxpayer must pay any city income tax owed by the un-extended due date for filing the city Income tax
return, as provided in Section 36.104(F).
Rev 1-2018
Form D1-XB
City of Dayton, Ohio Business Income Tax Return Request For Extension
For tax year
ending December or
Taxes are due and payable by the due dates. An extension is to file the return, NOT TO PAY TAXES OWED. If a
payment is required with this form, you must file a D-1 estimate for next year and make quarterly estimated
tax payments.
Will you be filing the Return: Corporation
or Partnership
?
Name
Your Account # or FID#
Or DBA
Your Address
Your Telephone #
City/State/Zip
Your E-mail address
Did you file a Dayton Return last year? Yes
or No
. Did you file on a different Tax ID# last year? Yes
or No
$
1 ESTIMATED DAYTON Income subject to tax
1
$
2 ESTIMATED DAYTON Tax Due @ 2.50%
2
Tax Credits
$
A Credits from prior tax years
A
$
B Estimated quarterly payments made
B
$
3 Total credits available
3
4
$
4 Balance of Dayton Tax Due (Line 2 Minus Line 3)
An extension of
days until
for filing a Dayton return is hereby requested.
READ BEFORE SIGNING: The undersigned declare this extension is necessary and adjusted to the requirements of the Dayton city tax
ordinances represented by this request. I understand that if I have not paid 90% of my final tax liability in the tax year the extension is
requested for and/or under withheld in the following year (by $200.00 or 10% of tax due) I will be charged Penalties and Interest if I fail to
make required estimated tax payments.
Tax Preparer Signature
Authorized Representative Signature
________________
Tax Preparer Telephone #
Title
Date ____________
A copy of this request must be submitted when you file your return.
Submit completed form with copy of your Federal Extension Request (if applicable) to:
Mail Extension with BALANCE DUE To:
City of Dayton
PO Box 643700
Cincinnati, OH 45264-3700
Mail Extension with ZERO BALANCE DUE To: City of Dayton
PO Box 7999
Akron, OH 44306-0999
If you should have any questions please E-mail us or Call:
taxquestions@daytonohio.gov
(937) 333-3500 (Phone)
(937) 333-4280 (Fax)
A request for a period of 120 days or less need not be filed if no balance is expected to be due. However, Federal form 4868 or 7004 must
be attached when you file your return. Form D1X must be filed for extension in excess of 120 days. You are considered to have "reasonable
cause" for the extended period only if at least 90% of your actual tax liability is paid before the regular due date of your return through
withholding or estimated quarterly tax payments. (Refer to tax instructions on Federal IRS extension forms 4868 and 7004).
Any taxpayer that has requested an extension for filing a federal income tax return shall be granted an extension for the filing of the city
income tax return for the same taxable year by filing a copy of the taxpayer's federal extension request for such taxable year with the Tax
Administrator. Any taxpayer not required to file a federal income tax return may make a written request for an extension to file a city
income tax return. The request for extension must be filed on or before the original due date for the city income tax return, as set forth in
Section 36.104(A). If the request is granted, the extended due date of the city income tax return shall be the fifteenth (15th) day of the tenth
(10th) month after the last day of the taxable year to which the return relates.
As provided in Ohio Revised Code Section 718.05 and in the rules and regulations, a taxpayer who receives an extension for filing the federal
income tax return will receive an extension for filing the city income tax return for the same taxable year by complying with Ohio Revised
Code Section 718.05(G), but such taxpayer must pay any city income tax owed by the un-extended due date for filing the city Income tax
return, as provided in Section 36.104(F).
Rev 1-2018
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