Budget Hearings Begin With Gov. Tom Wolf’s Tax Plan Center StageLawmakers kicked off budget hearings Tuesday as the Pennsylvania state government faces a multibillion-dollar revenue gap — a hangover from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — and Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposal to raise the state income tax takes center stage.
Gov. Tom Wolf Seeks Big Increase In School Funding Supported By Tax IncreaseGov. Tom Wolf will propose a sweeping new plan to dramatically boost funding for public schools, to be supported by an increase in the state’s personal income tax rate, administration officials said Tuesday.
Preparing For Tax Season: Understanding What Has Changed Due To The PandemicBetween a pandemic, stimulus payments, and unemployment insurance, filing your taxes will be a bit more complex this year.
Westmoreland County Community College Offering Help With Income TaxesIn February, volunteers with the Westmoreland County Community College will help prepare simple tax returns for lower-income, elderly and people with disabilities.
Stimulus Check Update: How Much Money Will New Parents Receive?Parents of children born in 2020 are eligible for stimulus payments covering their dependents, if they meet the income requirements.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Hosting Public Hearing On 2021 BudgetAdministrators for Pittsburgh Public Schools are hosting a public hearing on their 2021 budget today.
Deadline Looms For 10 Million Taxpayers Who Haven't Filed Their 2019 Tax ReturnsJuly 15 is the deadline to file your tax returns.
What Does The Government's $2 Trillion Stimulus Package Mean For The Average American?A $2 trillion stimulus package that would provide help for health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus, families and businesses passed in the Senate late Wednesday night.
Pa. Revenue Dept. Extends Tax Filing Deadline To July 15The state Department of Revenue is extending the income tax deadline to July 15 amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
U.S. Treasury Secretary: Income Tax Filing Deadline Moved Due To Coronavirus OutbreakAmericans will have an additional three months to file their taxes amid the coronavirus pandemic, the US Treasury Secretary said on Friday.
Filing Tax Returns In February Could Mean Larger RefundThe dreaded April 15 tax deadline is two months away, but Duquesne University Tax Professor Dr. Bryan Menk says, don't wait to file your returns.