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Can I upload delinquent earned income tax documents online?

How much of my pay is my employer allowed to garnish each week?

I changed jobs during the year(s) on the earned income tax (EIT) delinquent notice. Is there an easy way to show this?

I did not live at this address for all or part of the year(s) on the earned income tax (EIT) delinquent notice. Is there an easy way to show this?

I never knew I had to pay local income tax. I am willing to pay the tax, but can you waive the statutory penalty, interest and Act 192 costs?

I received a delinquent earned income tax notice last year and sent in my W-2 showing that I paid income tax out of state or in Philadelphia. Can’t you use that to confirm that I met my tax obligation in other years?

I received a delinquent earned income tax notice. Did you get my information from a legitimate source?

I received a delinquent earned income tax notice. I do not think I owe the tax. How do I contact Keystone to file a dispute?

I submitted documentation to dispute a delinquent earned income tax notice. When can I expect a response from Keystone?

I work in Philadelphia and I pay income tax there. Do I have to respond to the delinquent notice you sent?

I work out of state and I pay income tax there. Do I have to respond to the delinquent notice you sent?

I would have paid the local earned income tax (EIT) when due but never received a bill. Can you tell me why you did not bill me?

The delinquent earned income tax (EIT) notice is for a prior year. Can you explain why I did not receive this notice earlier?

The wage attachment notice I received states that the amounts owed are for my spouse, is this legal?

What documentation is required to dispute a delinquent earned income tax notice? How do I submit the documents?