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Taxpayers must pay personal income tax to the federal government, 43 states, and many local municipalities. Learn how to pay your state taxes and find out about resources in your area that can help you through the process.
What is the Earned Income Tax? The local Earned Income Tax (EIT) was enacted in 1965 under Act 511, the state law that gives municipalities and school districts the legal authority to levy a tax on individual gross earned income/compensation and net profits.
Yes. You are required to pay local earned income tax on the income earned for the period of time you resided in the municipality.
For local Earned Income Tax (EIT) forms and assistance, contact the local EIT collector serving the municipality in which you reside. Visit the PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) web site to find the name, address, and phone number for your local EIT collector. Was this answer helpful?
In May of 2018,[1 Pennsylvania amended its Local Tax Enabling Act. Most Pennsylvania municipalities levy an earned income tax on their residents at the rate of 1%.
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Gross income is everything that an individual earns during one year, both as a worker and as an investor. Earned income includes only wages, commissions, bonuses, and business income, minus expenses, if the person is self-employed.
Yes. You are required to pay local earned income tax on the income earned for the period of time you resided in the municipality. For example, if you lived and worked in the municipality for only 4 months then you only pay on the income earned during those 4 months.
For each month or fraction of a month the return is late, the department imposes a penalty of 5 percent of the unpaid tax unless the taxpayer can prove reasonable cause for late filing. The maximum penalty is 25 percent of the unpaid or late-paid tax.
The local Earned Income Tax (EIT) was enacted in 1965 under Act 511, the state law that gives municipalities and school districts the legal authority to levy a tax on individual gross earned income/compensation and net profits.
Are there income exemptions to the local services tax (LST)? Yes. If the annual tax rate is higher than $10, employees earning less than $12,000 annually from wages, earned income and/or net profits are exempt from the tax.

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