Did you know?
The City of Montgomery’s one percent earnings tax became effective in January 1972. With many years of careful money management and fiscal responsibility, the City has been able to keep the tax rate and allowable credit at one percent. Surrounding cities such as Blue Ash, Sharonville, Amberley Village, and Springdale all have tax rates higher than one percent.
Montgomery allows resident taxpayers a full one percent credit on wages taxed by the city where they are employed, while some localities allow no credit for tax paid to other cities. Residents of these cities pay tax both where they work and where they live.