What income is not taxable?

Income such as dividends, interest, military pay, pensions, alimony, child support, Social Security, Medicare, poor relief, unemployment benefits if received from state or local governments, gifts, inheritances, scholarships, involuntary conversions, and all income earned by individuals prior to their 18th birthday. Individuals can request a refund of income tax withheld for the City of Stow on income earned prior to their 18th birthday by contacting the tax office.

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1. What is the City of Stow income tax rate and what type of income is taxable?
2. What is taxable income?
3. What income is not taxable?
4. Who must file?
5. When should I file?
6. I am a Stow resident who works outside the City of Stow. My employer withholds local income taxes from my pay. Do I still owe income taxes to the City of Stow?
7. Can I e-file my City of Stow income tax return?
8. I prefer to file a paper form - where can I get a City of Stow income tax form?
9. Can I receive assistance in preparing my City of Stow Income Tax return?
10. Where can I find a copy of the Stow Income Tax Ordinance?