The City’s Office of Property Assessment is planning to post the results of reassessments of all properties in Philadelphia by Monday, May 9, 2022.

The new values of more than 580,000 residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional properties in Philadelphia are to take effect for Tax Year 2023, with property taxes due on March 31, 2023.

Wayne County is currently going through a countywide reassessment whereby the county is going to reassess ever property within its border.  The last time Wayne County performed a countywide reassessment was in 2004.  Wayne County started the countywide reassessment process back in January 2021 and has since held public meetings, mailed out data mailers to

The annual assessment appeal deadline of August 1, 2021 for assessed values effective for tax year January 1, 2022 is quickly approaching for the following Pennsylvania Counties:

Adams, Bucks, Butler, Cambria, Chester, Dauphin, Erie, Fayette, Franklin, Indiana,  Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lawrence, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton and York.

However, because August 1, 2021 falls on a

The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has extended its Voluntary Compliance Program (“Program”) for any business that has inventory or stores property in Pennsylvania but is not registered to collect and pay Pennsylvania taxes. The Program, which runs through June 8, 2021, offers a limited lookback period and penalty relief when the business becomes compliant.

Taxpayers

The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue adjusted the Common Level Ratio (“CLR”) for Delaware County to reflect Delaware County’s countywide reassessment base change effective January 1, 2021.  Accordingly, for documents accepted between 7/1/2020 to 12/31/2020 the applicable Delaware County CLR is 2.00.  For documents accepted between 1/1/2021 to 6/30/2021 the applicable Delaware County CLR is 1.00. 

On November 9, 2020, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue issued guidance relating to telecommuting and related tax implications.  If an employee is working from home temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department does not consider that as a change to the sourcing of the employee’s compensation.  For non-residents who were working in Pennsylvania before

The Pennsylvania State Tax Equalization Board (“STEB”) has released the Common Level Ratio (“CLR”) real estate valuation factors for 2019.  The common level ratio is the ratio of assessed value to market value used to value properties in a particular county for property tax purposes, and is used for purposes of appealing property tax assessments