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City Council announced that they will hold a public hearing on this bill on Tuesday, November 30 at 10:00am in room 400, City Hall.
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Philadelphia, PA 19102
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Www.etides.state.pa.us., or by calling, toll-free, 1-800-748-8299. Both filing services are free.Reminder:.All sales tax licensees that remit Philadelphia hotel occupancy tax are required to file their returns online at www.etides.state.pa.us.For more information about the Philadelphia sales tax increase, call 717-787-1064. A Retailers Information Booklet (REV-717), containing a listing of taxable and non-taxable items and a description of taxable services, is available at:.http://www.revenue.state.pa.us/. Where to File.Online Services/Payment Coupons.Real Estate Tax Balances/Payments.Contact Information.Water Revenue Bureau.Make a Payment.Becoming a Customer.Water Revenue Assistance Programs.Contact Information.Learn More About City Council's New Business Privilege Tax Proposal.City Council announced that they will hold a public hearing on this bill on Tuesday, November 30 at 10:00am in room 400, City Hall.The bill has many components and within the same industry there are winner businesses and loser businesses. In order to understand the impact of the proposal on your business's tax liability you are encouraged to contact your tax professional. If you are interested in testifying or have questions on the Administration's analysis please contact Lauren Vidas, Assistant to the Finance Director at (215) 686-0320 or Lauren.Vidas@phila.gov. We are interested in your views on this legislation and we are happy to provide you additional information, including additional analysis performed by the Citys Finance and Revenue departments. FULL DESCRIPTION.CITY COUNCIL's BPT PROPOSAL.Tobacco Tax.This spring, the Philadelphia City Council introduced and passed legislation creating the Tobacco and Tobacco-related Products Tax. On June 1, 2010, the bill was signed by Mayor Michael A. Nutter and the tax will be in effect starting July 1, 2010.Notification of Philadelphia Local Sales and Use Tax Rate Increase, Effective Oct. 8:.Effective Oct. 8, 2009, the City of Philadelphia is increasing its local sales and use tax rate from 1 percent to 2 percent, except for the Philadelphia local hotel occupancy tax which will remain at 1 percent. This is in addition to the state sales, use and hotel occupancy tax rate which remains at 6 percent. Under Act 44 of 2009, signed into law on Sept. 18, 2009, this tax rate change is effective from Oct. 8, 2009 to June 30, 2014. Sales taxes are collected and administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. State and local sales, use and hotel occupancy returns and payments may be filed online at.

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Report Tax Fraud.Mayor Michael A. Nutter announces the City of Philadelphias Tax Fraud Hotline initiative on May 5, 2009.Delinquent Accounts.If you don't want to be subjected to a sheriff's sale, pay up fast. Continuing efforts to rein in the city's deadbeat taxpayers.Tax Regulation Changes.The Department of Revenue held hearings on Friday, February 13, 2009 on two proposed regulation changes. The first clarifies.Business Privilege License Increase.Based on an ordinance passed by City Council and signed by the Mayor in December, theBusiness Privilege License fee was increased from $250.00 [one time payment] to $300.00 [one time payment] effective January 1, 2009. ReveNews.The ReveNews is a Philadelphia Department of Revenue quarterly newsletter. This publication will provide you with insight and information about City of Philadelphia tax policies and administration.Technical Problems:.webissues@phila.gov.Privacy Policy.Terms of Use.var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-3290126-1"); pageTracker._initData(); pageTracker._trackPageview();.



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