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PA Law on Payroll Card Use

Last November, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed into law the Payroll Cards (pay cards) Bill S.B. 1265. This law became effective May 3, 2017. Until

Modernizing the Tax Sales Tax System or Just Another Tax Hike?

As state legislators and governors argue over new budgets, you will often hear or read stories about the need to modernize the sales tax system. The justification

Reminder: Pennsylvania Tax Amnesty Program Beginning Soon

In just over two months, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue will begin the 2017 Tax Amnesty Program. For eligible taxpayers who participate in the

UPDATE: Taxability of Software Related Services in Pennsylvania

Update: Please be advised that the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has taken down the letter ruling referred to below that addressed the taxability
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Governor Tom Wolf Proposes New State Budget for 2017-2018

On Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf presented his budget to the state legislature. While the Governor announced that he was not

Pennsylvania Real Estate Tax Discounts

You bought your first house; congratulations! Now you will join other homeowners in paying property tax to your municipality, county and school district.

States Require New Authentication Procedures for Electronic Filing

States have implemented new security measures to protect taxpayers who file their tax returns electronically. The majority of states now require the signing

Ohio Budget Proposal Released

On January 30, Ohio Governor John Kasich released his budget proposal for the next two fiscal years, which includes a number of changes to Ohio’s
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Harsher Penalties for Toll Skippers on PA Turnpike Takes Effect This Summer

75 PA. C.S. § 1380 ("Section 1380") will be taking effect this summer and will allow the PA Transportation Department to suspend the vehicle

Welcome to 2017 from Pennsylvania - Driving Just Got More Expensive

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania raised the wholesale motor fuels tax on gasoline by 8 cents on January 1, 2017. They have also increased the tax on diesel
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