Ohio Lawmakers Strike Deal To Increase Gas, Diesel TaxesDrivers would pay 10.5 cents a gallon more for gas and 19 cents a gallon more for diesel fuel under a long-awaited compromise struck by Ohio state lawmakers Tuesday.
Allegheny County Treasurer Extends Tax Discount PeriodAllegheny County Treasurer John K. Weinstein announced today an extension of the tax discount period until Monday, April 1.
Gov. Wolf Proposes Marcellus Shale Tax To Clean Up Lead Paint In SchoolsGov. Tom Wolf is pitching his plan to finance a multibillion-dollar capital plan by taxing Marcellus Shale natural gas production as a way to help Pennsylvania schools clean up environmental health hazards.
Gov. Wolf Visits Waynesburg To Unveil High-Speed Internet Expansion ProposalPennsylvania's governor is promoting a statewide infrastructure plan as a way to fund the expansion of broadband into areas that lack high-speed access to the internet.
Tax Officials Say Century III Mall Owes Thousands In Property TaxesTax collectors say Century III Mall owes hundreds of thousands in property taxes from last year.
Program Helps Taxpayers Donate To Military FamiliesThere's a way to help local military families, just by filing your taxes.
Online Shoppers May Be Hit With A Surprise When Filing TaxesYou might be thrown a curve ball after a new tax reporting requirement that many Pennsylvanians are seeing for the first time.
Gov. Wolf Seeking $4.5B Capital Program To Be Paid For By Marcellus Shale TaxGov. Tom Wolf is planning to ask lawmakers to approve a severance tax on Marcellus Shale natural gas production to finance a multibillion-dollar capital plan for a wide range of projects.
Tax Filing Season Begins In PennsylvaniaPennsylvania's tax filing season opened Monday.
White House: Tax Refunds To Be Sent Out Despite Government ShutdownGood news for people worried the government shutdown would delay their tax refunds.
Bigger Paychecks And Cheap Gas Drive Best Holiday Shopping Season In Six YearsHoliday sales grew at their fastest pace in six years, buoyed by rising wages and a drop in gas prices.
Millions Of Taxpayers Could Wind Up Owing For 2018The tax law passed late last year included slews of changes that will have wide impacts across the U.S. Among them is a likely jump in the numbers of Americans who'll owe taxes when they file 2018 returns.