Form IT-1040(2023)- Ohio Individual Income Tax Return

The Ohio IT-1040, also known as the Ohio Individual Income Tax Return, is a form used by residents of Ohio to report their taxable income and file their state income taxes for the previous tax year.

Who Needs to File an IT-1040?

  • Residents: All residents of Ohio, regardless of their income level, are required to file an IT-1040 if they had income from Ohio sources during the tax year.
  • Part-Year Residents: If you lived in Ohio for part of the year and earned income in the state, you may need to file an IT-1040 as a part-year resident.
  • Non-Residents: Non-residents who earned income from Ohio sources, such as wages or rental income, may also be required to file an IT-1040.

What Information Do I Need to File an IT-1040?

The IT-1040 form collects information about your income, deductions, and credits for the tax year. Here are some key details you'll need to provide:

A. Personal Information: Your name, Social Security number, and mailing address.

B. Income: Wages, salaries, interest, dividends, unemployment benefits, and other forms of taxable income.

C. Deductions: Standard deduction amount or itemized deductions for expenses allowed by the state.

D. Credits: Credits for things like education expenses, earned income, and property taxes paid.

E. Dependents: Information about any dependents you claim on your federal tax return.

Where and When to File the IT-1040?

A. Filing Electronically: The Ohio Department of Taxation encourages electronic filing of the IT-1040 through their website (

B. Paper Filing: Paper forms can be mailed to the addresses provided on the IT-1040 instructions. Download the form attached below.

C. Filing Deadline: The deadline to file your IT-1040 is typically the same as the federal income tax filing deadline (usually April 15th of the following year). However, extensions may be available, so be sure to check the Ohio Department of Taxation website for the latest due dates and filing options.

To access the current year's Form IT-1040, click here.