This document explains many different aspects of changes brought about by Act 32 of 2008.
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A Certificate of Residency helps you and the tax bureau to identify the precise school district and municipality that a taxpayer lives in. This information helps to ensure that the taxes withheld from an employee are directed to the proper locations. A certificate should be completed by each employee of your organization and kept with their personnel files. This document may be requested by the tax officer to aid in determining the employee's residence.
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Use this form to register your new organization with the tax bureau. Also, if you are expanding your business to a new location, this form should be used.
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Use this form to file your quarterly withholdings. A separate form should be used for each location in your organization. Quarterly filings are due the last day of the month following the quarterly withholding period.
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Use this form to report withholdings for the withholding year. A separate form is required for each location in your organization. Annual filings are due on the last day of February of the year following the annual withholding period.
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Use this form to report estimated taxes on self-employed income or income that is not withheld by your employer. Estimated filings are due the last day of the month following the withholding quarter.
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Employers who wish to use the Cumberland County Tax Bureau as their statewide collector must file a notice of intent to file combined returns (frequently referred to as a letter of intent) with this bureau, and use the same to notify bureaus where your locations are of CCTB's designation. This form should be used to notify both CCTB and your local collectors of this decision.
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