Taxes…Done Differently This Year

Officials say it will benefit the city, its residents and businesses. Now…Bryan taxpayers could file their income taxes…not with the city this year, but with Ohio’s Regional Income Tax Agency. At this week’s city council meeting…Bryan Clerk-Treasurer Laura Rode said state tax law seems to grow more complicated each year…and RITA, which handles income taxes for 151 Ohio cities, as a regional council of governments, is able to more effectively handle the load. Edgerton, Ney, West Unity and Whitehouse, use it, already. Pending approval by RITA’s council, residents will receive a package by mail in July, explaining how the program works.

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