Taxes are collected at the federal, state, and local levels in a variety of ways. Tax revenue in Pennsylvania is used to pay for state roads, public schools, state law enforcement, water infrastructure, courts, and other things that impact the lives of most Pennsylvanians. While no one enjoys paying taxes, it is a trade-off that allows the state as a whole to provide essential services and maintain order. Pennsylvania sales tax is six percent and beer tax is $2.48 per barrel--just to name a few. Click on a link below to learn more about Pennsylvania tax laws.
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They say the only certain things are death and taxes, but inevitability doesn't mean you couldn't stand to do some planning. A qualified professional can help you plan for tax issues so that you avoid unnecessary fines, the unpleasantness of an audit, and the risk of overpayment. Contact a local tax attorney to learn how a legal professional can help you handle tax issues with confidence.