§ 95.66  CREDIT FOR TAX PAID TO OTHER MUNICIPALITIES.
   (A)   Every individual taxpayer domiciled in the City of Cambridge who is required to and does pay, or has acknowledged liability for, a municipal tax to another municipality on or measured by the same income, qualifying wages, commissions, net profits or other compensation taxable under this subchapter, may claim a nonrefundable credit upon satisfactory evidence of the tax paid to the other municipality.  Subject to division (C) of this section, the credit shall not exceed the tax due the City of Cambridge under this chapter/ordinance, or the tax due the other municipality, whichever is less.
   (B)   The City of Cambridge shall grant a credit against its tax on income to a resident of the City of Cambridge who works in a joint economic development zone created under R.C. § 715.691 or a joint economic development district created under R.C. §§ 715.70, 715.71, or 715.72 to the same extent that it grants a credit against its tax on income to its residents who are employed in another municipal corporation.
   (C)   If the amount of tax withheld or paid to the other municipality is less than the amount of tax required to be withheld or paid to the other municipality, then for purposes of division (A) of this section, "the income, qualifying wages, commissions, net profits or other compensation" subject to tax in the other municipality shall be limited to the amount computed by dividing the tax withheld or paid to the other municipality by the tax rate for that municipality.
   (D)   Intentionally left blank.
(Ord. 66-15, passed 12-14-15; Am. Ord. 18-18, passed 3-26-18)