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Pennsylvania tax collections continue rebound from pandemic

Collections for the state’s main operating account were $36.6 billion through May — 8.5% above estimate — the Department of Revenue said.

By The Associated Press

Pennsylvania’s tax collections suffer for 3rd straight month

Through 11 months of the fiscal year, the state's collections of $29.6 billion is $2.6 billion, or 8%, below projections.
By The Associated Press

Here’s the first look at how the coronavirus is gutting Pa. state finances, and it’s not pretty

The latest numbers are only the "tip of the iceberg,” state Revenue Secretary C. Daniel Hassell said.
By Charlotte Keith/Spotlight PA

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Lawmakers question Wolf’s corporate tax proposals—again

The Democratic Governor has pitched the same overhaul to Pennsylvania’s corporate tax structure for five years in a row.
By Katie Meyer/WITF

Pennsylvania expanding tax to more out-of-state corporations

Starting next year, corporations without offices, employees or property in Pennsylvania will have to pay the state’s net corporate income tax if they record more than $500,000 in sales in the commonwealth.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press