Get the latest news on Pennsylvania government, issues affecting CPAs, and the PICPA's advocacy work. This weekly newsletter is for PICPA members only.
CPA Caucus legislators Rep. George Dunbar (R-Westmoreland); Peter Calcara, PICPA vice president of government relations; Rep. Keith Greiner (R-Lancaster); Jen Cryder, PICPA CEO; Rep. Ben Sanchez (D - Montgomery), and Rep. Nick Pisciottano (D-Allegheny) celebrate the passage of House Resolution 253 commemorating CPA Week and the valuable services the profession provides to the Commonwealth.
Act 110 of 2022 enacted much-needed changes to Pennsylvania's CPA Law. These changes include the following:
Learn more about the major legislative changes to Pennsylvania's CPA Law. Signed into law on Nov. 3, 2022.
Act 108 of 2022 provides a phase-in schedule for increasing the threshold that requires quarterly estimated personal income tax payments and creates and expands tax credit programs to support targeted investments in key industries. Signed into law on Nov. 3, 2022.
Act 103 of 2022 extends the ability of businesses operating in Philadelphia to carry forward net operating losses (NOLs) from three years to 20 years. Signed into law on Nov. 3, 2022.
Act 53 of 2022 incorporates tax law changes, including CNI rate decrease, federal conformity to IRC Section 179 expense deductions and to IRC Section 1031 like-kind exchanges. Signed into law on July 8, 2022.
Act 17 of 2022 amends the Local Tax Enabling Act further providing for declaration and payment of income taxes in the consolidated collection of local income taxes. Signed into law on April 19, 2022.
Act 10 of 2021 changed the corporate tax due date to the 15th day of the month following the federal tax due date and addressed the inconsistency with the local tax filing due date in 2021 by making a permanent change so that the local tax due date updates automatically when the federal and state due dates are moved. Signed into law on April 22, 2021.
Act 1 of 2021 exempted Paycheck Protection Program loans that were forgiven from the state personal income tax. Signed into law on Feb. 5, 2021.
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