The City of Dayton is expanding its efforts to collect income taxes owed to the City by some Dayton residents.
Through an agreement with the City of Dayton, as authorized by Internal Revenue Code Section 6103(d), the Central Collection Agency (CCA) has obtained federal income tax information for the years 2008-2010.
Taxpayers found liable for unpaid and/or unfiled taxes will be required to pay penalties and interest on unpaid taxes. Failure to pay delinquent taxes may result in legal action and/or reporting unpaid debt to credit reporting bureaus.
All responses and inquiries should be directed to Central Collection Agency at 800-223-6317. The City of Dayton cannot respond to inquiries from individual taxpayers regarding this particular collection effort.
Central Collection Agency of Cleveland
The City of Dayton has contracted with the Central Collection Agency of Cleveland to send the taxpayer notices and to collect unpaid taxes. By law, the City of Dayton, as a city with a population under 250,000, may not petition the IRS for federal taxpayer information. Central Collection Agency does have the ability to gather such data from the IRS, however. It specializes in collecting municipal income taxes, serves approximately 40 jurisdictions in Ohio and can be found online at the Division of Taxation Department of Finance City of Cleveland Central Collection Agency.