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Every person who lives in West Whiteland Township (WWT) and is employed must pay the Earned Income Tax (EIT) at a rate of 1%. Employers in WWT are required to withhold the EIT on behalf of their employees, regardless of where the employee lives. If you do not have earned income tax withheld from your wages or are self-employed, you are required to report and remit earned income tax quarterly to Keystone Collections Group, the earned income tax collector.
The due dates for EIT filings are as follows:
Penalty and interest will be assessed if you fail to file in a timely manner.
The PSD code for WWT is 151206.
If you have questions concerning the filing of this tax return or concerning the quarterly filing requirement, please contact Keystone Collections Group at 724-978-0300.
Every person who works in West Whiteland Township (WWT) and earns more than $12,000/year pays the local service tax (LST) of $52/year. Every employer in WWT is required to withhold the LST on behalf of their employees and remit payment to Keystone Collections Group.
The Chester County real estate tax bill is computed by multiplying the millage (or tax) rate by the assessed value of the property. Mills are the amount each property is taxed per $1,000 of assessed value. In 2018, the county real estate tax rate is 4.369 mills. This tax is collected by the Chester County Treasurers Office.To calculate your tax bill, use the following formula: Assessed value x Mills / 1,000
The West Chester Area School District (WCASD) real estate tax bill is computed by multiplying the millage (or tax) rate by the assessed value of the property. Mills are the amount each property is taxed per $1,000 of assessed value. In 2018, the WCSAD real estate tax rate is 20.6741 mills. This tax is collected by Berkheimer Associates.To calculate your tax bill, use the following formula: Assessed value x Mills / 1,000
The real estate transfer tax is paid at closing when a property is sold. The buyer and the seller each pay 1% of the total sale price (resulting in a total transfer tax rate of 2%). The overall allocation of the tax is as follows: