They are things you buy all the time – from non-prescription drugs to candy to concert tickets and haircuts – and they are all tax-free in Pennsylvania. That is, at least for now.
If you recently said “I do” then you have more to consider when it comes to filing your tax return. Here are a few tips to help you get started.
Welcome, students, to taxes for recent graduates 101.
It’s easy to make a mistake on your taxes, especially if you are a new business owner or running a small business. Before you file, dot your i’s and cross your t’s by making sure to use the correct tax forms.
Members of the Baden Borough Council have accepted the resignation of the local tax collector whose husband is accused of stealing a large amount of public money.
Here are three things you can still do now — before filing your 2014 return — that can lower your taxes even more.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed trade off — lower property taxes, but higher income and sales taxes — is getting mixed reaction.
As the IRS budget continues to be cut, its services are collapsing.
Gov. Tom Wolf is asking Pennsylvania lawmakers to approve $4 billion in higher taxes and new taxes to help boost school aid and shift education funding away from local property taxes.
If you haven’t already begun, now’s the time to prepare for filing your 2014 tax returns.
The tax collector in Baden, Beaver County, resigned Thursday amid an audit and investigation underway into major tax receipt discrepancies both in the Borough of Baden and Ambridge School District.
Gov. Tom Wolf will urge lawmakers to cut Pennsylvania’s major corporate income tax rate by half, while broadening how it is applied, to make the state more attractive to employers, he said Wednesday.
Beaver County District Attorney Anthony Berosh confirms that his office is reviewing financial records and books at the Baden Tax Collector’s Office.
About 800,000 HealthCare.gov customers got the wrong tax information from the government, the Obama administration said Friday, and officials are asking those affected to delay filing their 2014 returns.
It’s tax refund season and Raymond Grey was expecting a $2,000-plus check from the IRS, but now it’s unclear if that check will ever arrive in the mail.