July 25th is the deadline to take advantage of annual Use and Occupancy Tax filing and payment.
Starting July 1, 2017, the Tiered Assistance Program, or TAP, help Philadelphia residents reduce their monthly water bill.
Any paycheck that businesses issue with a pay date after June 30, 2017 must have Philadelphia City Wage Tax withheld at the new rate.
If you received a warning letter in the mail, now is the time to take action! Pay your bill in full or enroll into a payment plan.
The Real Estate Tax Credit for Active Duty Reserve and National Guard program can reduce your Real Estate Taxes!
Revenue Commissioner Breslin presented an overview of the Department’s progress during the past year, plus plans for more improvements.
With two great events on May 2, Revenue joins the annual week-long celebration of technology and innovation.
April 21 through June 19 the PA Department of Revenue will waive all penalties and half of the interest on eligible tax delinquencies.
Just two weeks left for Philadelphians to apply for the EITC, a federal tax credit on average worth $2,522 for eligible taxpayers.
Real Estate Taxes are due March 31, and so are applications for programs that can help lower your payment.
Delinquent water bill customers are urged to pay now or enter into a payment agreement. Water shutoff moratorium ends March 31
Don’t miss these deductions that could reduce your School Income Tax liability!
The IRS, state tax agencies, and the tax industry issued an urgent alert and to all employers about a Form W-2 email phishing scam
Revenue also launched a comprehensive monitoring campaign to ensure compliance with the Philadelphia Beverage Tax.
Pay your Real Estate Taxes by February 28 and receive a 1% discount
We've recorded 5-minute how-to videos about using the Philadelphia Beverage Tax Portal. Learn how to register, file and pay.
Even if you haven't received a tax bill in the mail, you're still liable for payment. Learn how you can get a duplicate bill.
Revenue staff is now available until 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturdays
An estimated 40,000 Philadelphia residents are eligible but don’t apply for the EITC, leaving nearly $100 million in tax credits unclaimed.
We're hosting Philadelphia Beverage Tax conference calls. Learn more about how the tax works and get questions answered.