Keystone is sending notices to over 216,000 taxpayers who appear on the tax rolls but did not file a 2019 Final Local Income Tax Return by the October 15 extension deadline. The mailing process began on November 12 and will continue over several weeks.
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Keystone is currently sending delinquent per capita and occupation tax notices to taxpayers who failed to pay by the due date.
Taxpayers often ask why they received a delinquent local earned income tax notice and how Keystone identifies delinquent taxpayers. The information below will help you understand the delinquent identification process and assist with responding to delinquent local earned income tax notices.
Keystone’s compliance team continues to issue delinquent earned income tax notices to taxpayers across Pennsylvania. State law requires Pennsylvania residents with earned income or net profits to report and pay the local earned income tax quarterly and file an annual return by April 15.