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New Online System Available for Business Taxpayers in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Business taxpayers in Pennsylvania now have a new online system for handling registration, filing and payment obligations for taxes.

Pennsylvanians can use the myPATH system to file their state tax returns, and now it will be a “one-stop shop for all Pennsylvania taxpayers,” a news release from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue states.

“This move to a new system is about contributing to Gov. [Tom] Wolf’s goal of improving online services and providing our customers with new tools that will make their lives easier,” Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell said. “This system is already used to process personal income tax returns and payments, as well as rebates on property taxes and rent for older residents and Pennsylvanians with disabilities. It has been very well received by the public, so we are looking forward to expanding this resource for more people in the business community.”

The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue is asking business taxpayers to create an account on myPATH. After enrolling, they’ll be able to transfer their existing access from e-TIDES, the previous online system for business taxpayers.

For more information, call 717-425-2495, ext. 72841, or email [email protected].

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.