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Act 32- Local Earned Income Tax for January 2012 - Pennsylvania

Act 32's objective is to consolidate the collection of the local earned income tax. This Act is reducing the number of local EIT collectors from 560 to 69 and standardizing forms and definitions. Under this ACT each of the 69 Pennsylvania counties will have one designated local EIT collector.

Are there any PA employers already researching / working on this?

Have SAP delivered any documentation(s) / notes related to this? What system configuration will be needed to meet this legal requirement?

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2011 at 05:14 PM

    Hello,

    This is Kathy from BSI Support. I wanted to let you know that we at BSI are working on these requirements and have already implemented some of the Early Adopter authorities. The updates are being distributed to our customers through regulatory bulletins.

    I don't believe that any system configuration changes are necessary. You will simply need to apply our BSI TaxFactory Regulatory bulletins as they are released. The regulatory bulletin cover pages will let you kinow what authoritites are being changed.

    Please feel free to contact us directly either by email or phone. We will be happy to assist you in any way we can.

    Regards,

    BSI Support - Kathy

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