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Act 32 requires that employers must withhold local earned income taxes (EIT)
on behalf of their employees and file returns with the Tax Officer selected by
the Tax Collection District (TCD) in which the employer is located.
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This section of the JTS website will provide you with situation specific information with regard to ACT-32 of 2008.
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Pursuant to the Local Taxpayers Bill of Rights, Taxpayers, as that term is defined in the Act, are entitled to receive a written explanation of their rights with regard to the audit, appeal, enforcement, refund and collection of local Taxes by contacting the Tax Collection Committee that represents the Tax Collection District in which you reside.