Why do individuals pay Ohio municipal income taxes in the cities and villages where they work? | City of Findlay, Ohio
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Why do individuals pay Ohio municipal income taxes in the cities and villages where they work?


Municipal income tax exists in Ohio to assure financial independence for its communities. Moreover, cities and villages use municipal income tax revenues to provide personal and property protection and to build and maintain thoroughfares and infrastructure. These resources develop and strategically locate mutually beneficial places that attract businesses and consumers ensuring employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for all Ohio residents.

 


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