Current & Past Financial Reports
Fiscal Activity in 2015
Income Tax Division
The Auditor’s Office collected $22,539,373. Income tax collection was 83.5% of the general fund revenue. Whitehall taxes are due April 15. View electronic versions of income tax forms and code.
Payroll & BudgetingPayroll and Budgeting tasks are performed efficiently despite workload increases. Managing a $26 million budget is essential to provide analytic support to City departments and the City Council. The Auditor’s Office is the office-of-record for employee data (payroll records; withholdings and deductions; vacation, sick, injury, funeral, and personal leaves; overtime; and compensatory time).
The 2014 books have been audited by the State of Ohio Office of Auditor and were found to be in compliance with all state regulations and local governance according to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) principles. The 2014 Annual Financial Statement is available to the public. The City received an Auditor of State Award with Distinction and a Government Finance Officers Association Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for Fiscal Year 2014.
Asset Management & Accountability
2015 Financial Summary
Major Sources of Expense
|Type of Expense||Dollar Amount|
|Wages and Salaries||$12,342,179|
|Police and Fire Pension||$2,049,632|
|Gasoline and Oil||$148,207|
|Boarding of Prisoners||$126,055|
Major Sources of Revenue
|Type of Income||Dollar Amount|
|Local Government Assistance||$763,159|
|Gas Tax and Street Repair||$802,899|
|Real Estate Tax||$289,707|
|Parks and Recreation Income||$75,362|
|Cable TV Franchise||$211,021|
|Hotel / Motel Tax||$81,449|
|Investments / Case Management||$70,007|