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Pennsylvania tax laws are controlled by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue operates in a very similar manner to the IRS when it comes to tax problems. They have their own set of solutions to resolve tax problems. Below are details on resolving various tax problems with the state of Pennsylvania.
Payment Plans with State of Pennsylvania
If you cannot pay your taxes in full to the state of Pennsylvania a payment arrangement could be a good alternative to help keep penalties and interest from adding up. The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue does not have specific forms to fill out to request a payment plan like the IRS has. In order to request a payment arrangement you can do one of the following:
- Call Collection Unit: Call them directly at (717) 783-3000
- Visit a district office: Before you visit be sure to call ahead to verify that they have someone available that can help you. To find the closest location to you visit their website here.
- Pay through credit: Payments can be made to the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue on credit card through officialpayment.com or by calling (800) 2PAYTAX (1-800-272-9829). They charge $2.49 convenience fee ($1.00 minimum) for processing the credit card transaction. It is best to call the collection unit before putting on credit card to compare their interest rate with your credit card interest rate.
Appealing Tax Penalties and Interest
The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue allows individuals and businesses to appeal tax penalties and interest with the Board of Appeals after a notice of assessment has been received.
In order to appeal tax tax penalty you must complete the Board of Appeals Petition Form and send back to the department of fax it to (717) 346-2011
Pennsylvania Taxpayer Forgiveness
Pennsylvania allows eligible taxpayers to reduce all or part of their PA tax liability through a tax credit that is dependent upon income, state withholding, and family size. To see if you qualify, visit this link.
Pennsylvania Taxpayer Rights Advocate
The Taxpayer Rights Advocate was set up to provide advice and guidance as requested for individuals and businesses. They will help with audits, assessments and any other unusual circumstances that arise regarding Pennsylvania state tax liabilities. If necessary, the Taxpayer Rights Advocate has the right to issue a taxpayer assistance order. If a taxpayer assistance order is issued the the commonwealth will take corrective action to fix a situation that may have created an unfair situation for a taxpayer.
Contact Taxpayers Right Advocate
Phone: (717) 772-9347
Fax: (717) 787-8264
PA Department of Revenue
Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate
Lobby, Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17128-0101
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