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How to pay your 2021 personal income taxes

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Personal income taxes for the Multnomah County Preschool for All Personal Income Tax (PFA) and Metro Supportive Housing Services Personal Income Tax (SHS) are due on April 18, 2022.
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Personal income taxes for the Multnomah County Preschool for All Personal Income Tax (PFA) and Metro Supportive Housing Services Personal Income Tax (SHS) are due on April 18, 2022.  

File online or make an estimated payment online 

File and pay from your computer at Portland Revenue Online. You do not need to create a Portland Revenue Online log in. To file your personal income tax return(s) online, you will need: 

  • Your Federal and Oregon returns 

  • Form W-2 if you had Multnomah country PFA or Metro SHS tax withheld from your wages 

  • Schedule K-1 or Form SP-2021 Combined Tax Return for Individuals if you have pass through income included in your Oregon Taxable Income that was subject to either the Multnomah County Business Income Tax or Metro SHS Business Income Tax  

File and pay or request an extension by mail or fax 

Request for extension of time to file 

To request a filing extension, you must submit an extension payment by the original return due date for an automatic six-month extension. Extension payments must be sent by mail using a payment voucher.  

If you do not have an estimated tax balance due but would like to request an extension to file, your federal or state extension will serve as your Multnomah County PFA and/or Metro SHS extension. Check the “Extension Filed” box when you file your personal income tax return(s) and attach a copy of your federal extension or verification of your Oregon extension payment with your return.  

Who pays Multnomah County Preschool for All Personal Income Tax 

  • Multnomah County single filing residents with income of more than $125,000 

  • Multnomah County joint filing residents with income of more than $200,000 

Who pays Metro Supportive Housing Services Personal Income Tax 

  • Oregon Metro single filing residents with income of more than $125,000 

  • Oregon Metro joint filing residents with income of more than $200,000