Danville Borough

Montour County Pennsylvania

Local Services Tax

The Borough of Danville levies and imposes a Local Services Tax on each individual engaged in an occupation within the Borough's corporate limits in the amount of $52 annually. The revenue derived from this tax is used for police, fire and road maintenance services.

Each employer within the Borough, as well as those employers situated outside the Borough but who engage in business within Danville, are charged with the duty of collecting from each of their engaged employees the annual local services tax and making payment thereof to the Tax Receiver. The tax should be withheld from each employee pro rated as total tax divided by the number of payroll periods established by the employer for the calendar year. Further, each employer is authorized to deduct this tax from each employee in their employ regardless of whether the employee is paid by salary, wagers or commission and whether or not part of or all of their services are performed within the Borough of Danville.

Complete regulations and details regarding this tax can be found in Chapter 225, Article VI (Local Services Tax) of the Borough's Code of Ordinances.

 Forms
Below you will find the necessary forms relating to the Local Services Tax that are required in order to file a return, claim a refund, and/or obtain an exemption certificate:

Contact Information
If you have any questions about the Borough's Local Services Tax or need help filling out the above forms, please contact Brindy Feese using the following information:

Brindy Feese
Finance Director, Borough of Danville
570-275-3091 Ext. 2
bfeese@danvilleboro.org

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