The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has announced additional relief from tax enforcement and collection activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  A complete list of newly announced relief for taxpayers is available at https://www.revenue.pa.gov/Pages/Relief-For-Taxpayers.aspx.  Some of the highlights are summarized below.

Pause Payments for Existing Payment Plans

Taxpayers with existing installment payment agreements may request

Sales Tax Prepayments

The PA Department of Revenue has announced that businesses that collect Pennsylvania sales tax will not have to make accelerated sales tax prepayments in April, May or June. Businesses that normally have a monthly prepayment requirement will not be charged penalties for missing the prepayment deadline during this three-month period.

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The Department of Revenue has announced that the stimulus checks, otherwise known as economic impact payments, being distributed by the Federal government are not subject to Pennsylvania personal income tax. Rather, the payments being distributed as part of the Federal economic stimulus legislation that was signed into law in March in response to the COVID-19

On January 31, 2020, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (“Revenue”) issued Letter Ruling No. SUT-20-001, which concluded that the taxability of a membership fee in a professional association depends upon what a member receives in exchange for the membership.  If the member does not receive any taxable tangible personal property or taxable services in exchange

On September 30, 2019, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue issued Corporation Tax Bulletin 2019-4 giving guidance on nexus for Corporate Net Income Tax purposes (“Bulletin”).

The Bulletin recites constitutional underpinnings of nexus, noting that the federal underpinnings of a state’s jurisdiction to tax is based on both the Due Process and the Commerce Clauses of