If I live in Clayton and work in another city that taxes my income aren’t I exempt from Clayton’s taxes? If so, why doesn’t it state that on the Declaration of Exemption?
No, you are not exempt. Effective January 1, 2016 the resident tax credit is reduced from 100% to 50%. Residents working outside the City and paying employment tax to another taxing community who estimate they will owe at least $200.00 in municipal tax (after subtracting withholding to the City and any credits), must file a declaration of estimated tax and make quarterly payments.

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1. Who needs to fill out Form R?
2. What if I am a business?
3. If I live in Clayton and work in another city that taxes my income aren’t I exempt from Clayton’s taxes? If so, why doesn’t it state that on the Declaration of Exemption?
4. Do I need to fill out Form R if I work or live in Clayton and my employer is withholding taxes for me?
5. If my employer withholds Clayton taxes for me do I need to make a separate payment when I file Form R?
6. Does the City have an income tax?