I am under 18 years old and work part-time. Do I need to file a tax return?

No one under age 18 is required to file a return. However, if your employer withheld Wadsworth taxes, you can and should request a refund, using Form 10A from the RITA website. You will need to provide your W-2 form and a copy of your driver's license, birth certificate or ID card for verification of age.

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1. Who is required to file a Wadsworth tax return?
2. If I'm retired, do I have to file a tax return?
3. I am under 18 years old and work part-time. Do I need to file a tax return?
4. When is the annual City tax return due?
5. What if I cannot get my taxes done by April 15?
6. If I am a resident and work in Wadsworth, do I still have to file a tax form?
7. How do I know whether I live and/or work in the City of Wadsworth?
8. If I work outside of Wadsworth and my employer withholds income tax for the city where I work, do I still have to pay tax to Wadsworth?
9. How do I find the Income Tax rate of the region where I work?
10. When do my taxes have to be paid?
11. I owe taxes and am unable to pay. Should I still file my return?
12. My spouse and I file separately for Federal and State taxes. Do we have to file the same way for Wadsworth taxes?
13. How can I receive bills for my taxes so I can pay them during the year instead of having to come up with all the money at once?
14. I do not want to be billed for or pay quarterly estimated taxes. How can I avoid a penalty?
15. Last year I paid my taxes in full when I filed my return, and then I got a bill for penalty and interest. Why did I get this bill?
16. Why does the City use an outside company for the administration of our taxes?
17. What are the top ten mistakes made when completing a city income tax return?
18. How much income tax does the City collect and how is the money used?