PA Taxes

Issue Spotlight: 2014-15 Budget

Governor Tom Corbett signed a $29.0 billion 2014-15 budget proposal on July 10. Here is the latest.

Budget Analysis: Approved 2014-15 Plan Relies on Uncertain Savings and One-Time Revenues

Mid-Year Review and the Road Ahead: Fiscal Issues Facing Pennsylvania

Commentary: IFO Report Shows Long Term Fiscal Problems

Revenue Update: 2014-15 Revenues Through December Higher than Estimate,Tax Cuts Loom

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June 23, 2008

The bills being considered would benefit corporations with facilities and employees in Pennsylvania, and a higher proportion of sales outside the state.

June 21, 2008

The bulk of the plan includes permanent tax changes popular with business associations but of little value for most businesses or for the economy.

June 16, 2008

The Senate stimulus plan is unlikely to do much to stimulate Pennsylvania's economy and could do more harm than good.

March 1, 2008

The Pennsylvania Senate is considering a bill to exempt the sale or lease of private and corporate aircraft from sales tax. The Department of Revenue estimates the first year cost of the exemption at $9.8 million.

January 20, 2008

The combined cost of a "Christmas Tree" full of tax cuts rises to an estimated $3.8 billion.

January 20, 2008

The Pennsylvania House recently approved a variety of amendments to House Bill 377, which will have a significant impact on state government revenues over the next few years. View a table detailing the impact.

January 16, 2008

View fact sheets for every Pennsylvania House district to learn how the 30% Earned Income Credit (EIC) created by House Bill 377 would impact each House member's district.

January 16, 2008

A bill to establish a Pennsylvania Earned Income Credit (EIC) is scheduled for a vote in the Pennsylvania House this week. House Bill 377 would create a state EIC set at 15% of the federal Earned Income Tax Credit beginning in Tax Year 2008 and 30% of the federal credit beginning in Tax Year 2009 and beyond.

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