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No, if you are retired and your only source of income is retirement earnings (pensions, social security, etc.), if you are permanently disabled, if you worked in Alliance but were not a resident and had Alliance tax withheld, if you are on active duty in the military.
EXAMPLE 1. If last year you lived in Alliance and worked in Canton where you earned $10,000, you would have paid Canton $200.00 in tax (2.00% of $10,000). The tax due Alliance is also $200.00 You will be given credit for $175.00 leaving a balance of $25.00 owed to the City of Alliance.
EXAMPLE 2. If last year you lived in Alliance and you worked in Salem where you earned $10,000, you would have paid Salem $100.00 in tax (1.00% of 10,000). The tax due Alliance is $200.00 You will be given a credit for the full $100.00 because the tax rate is less than one and three quarter percent (1.75%), and you will have a balance due of $100.00 to the City of Alliance.