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June 16, 2011

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L Patton

I am an employer in Washington, DC with two employees in PA. Do I need to be concerned with the PA Act 32 payroll changes? Thank you.

Greg Robinson

Dear McKonly and Asbury,
I am a West Virgina resident working in Pennsylvania. In WV, school taxes are incorporated into our state tax. No local school taxes are collected. My employer states that they are required to withhold school taxes according to Act 32. Is there a way to keep my employer from withholding this Tax? Is there a form that can be filled out that will cover my employer from penalty?

Thank you,

Greg Robinson

Suzanne DiBiaggio

Does a residency certificate have to be completed for employees who are Pennsylvania residents working in another state?

knottsinteriors@yahoo.com

How will the employee get a refund?

K Robinson

Does a residency certificate have to be completed for employees who are Pennsylvania residents working in another state? Maryland

Janet

What is the wage basis for EIT? If the tax is not based on gross wages, what types of deductions can be used to reduce the taxable wage basis?

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