Mar 31, 2013

Tax filing deadline draws near

GREENVILLE – Greenville City Income Tax Administrator, Rhonda Boyer, would like to remind the residents of Greenville that their 2012 Greenville income tax return and their 2013 declaration of estimated tax, along with any balances due, need to be filed with the Greenville Tax Department on or before April 15, to avoid late charges. City of Greenville Income Tax Returns cannot be filed electronically.

If you wish to extend the filing of your 2012 Greenville return, you must apply for the extension on or before April 15. To apply for an extension with the City of Greenville, you can do one of three things - download, complete, and mail the City of Greenville extension request form found at, file a written request for an extension, or mail a copy of your Federal extension request. All requests for extensions must be received by the tax department on or before April 15 to avoid late charges.

Filing is required by all residents of the City of Greenville. You are considered a resident if your residence is located within the corporation limits of the City of Greenville. Exceptions to this rule are minors under the age of 18 and senior citizens who have retired and their only sources of income are from pensions, social security, interest and or dividends.

Residents needing forms can pick them up at the Greenville Tax Department, the Greenville Post Office, and at the Greenville Public Library. Forms can also be downloaded from the city’s web-site at

Anyone with questions is encouraged to contact the Greenville Tax Department, 548-5747. Office hours are Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Residents may also e-mail their questions to the Tax Administrator at


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