We still are waiting for the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (the “Department”) to publish official guidance on the apportionment changes made by Act 52 of 2013. Effective for tax years beginning after December 31, 2013,...more
On June 30th, the Pennsylvania House and Senate adopted a budget for FY 2014-15 which requires no major tax increases. The Governor signed the budget and accompanying Fiscal Code bill on July 10th, after making several line...more
In This Issue:
- OUCH! Do PA Revenue Shortfalls Foretell PA Tax Increases?
- County Property Assessment Appeals Deadlines Approaching!
- McNees Attorneys Goodman and Varner Author 2014 Edition of Assessment Law...more
On April 30th the Pennsylvania Senate’s Finance Committee held a hearing on S.B. 76 which would eliminate school district property taxes in Pennsylvania. The bill would replace the lost revenues: (a) by boosting the...more
In This Issue:
PA Governor's Budget Proposal Preserves Capital Stock/Franchise Tax Phase-out; Shopping Guides and Inserts; Documentation Requirements for Sales of Fuel Oil; Property Tax Notes; and PA Issues on Appeal -...more
After years of effort by multiple administrations and after overcoming difficult political hurdles in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, the Commonwealth has finally addressed its steadily worsening transportation...more
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has proposed significant corporate tax cuts and fuel tax increases as part of his proposed 2013-14 budget, presented on February 5th. The General Fund budget would be increased by 2.4%, to...more