Pennsylvania Paid $900,000 To Settle Dept. Of Revenue Sexual Misconduct Case In 2016Pennsylvania has revealed it paid $900,000 in 2016 to settle a workplace sexual misconduct case, its biggest payout of that type to come to light in recent months.
Pennsylvania State Tax Collections Lag 3 Percent In First Quarter Pennsylvania's state government finances are seeing more warning signs.
New Pa. Cigarette Tax Benefits Some Ohio StoresIt’s been almost two weeks since cigarettes were tagged with an additional $1.00 tax in Pennsylvania, and in that time, some Ohio stores have seen a bump in sales.
Taxpayer Service & Information Center Extends Operating HoursThe deadline to file your taxes is quickly approaching. If you still need help, there are some options available.
Over $230M In Property Tax/Rent Rebates AvailableNearly half of a million older Pennsylvanians and people with disabilities are eligible for property tax and rent rebates. Nearly $235 million worth of rebates will begin to be distributed starting on Friday, July 1st.