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Why: Low taxes
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Why: Strong economy
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Why: Personal assets protection
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We save your valuable time by doing what we do best – creating companies. There are five main steps and some related administrative that we cover for you.
Pennsylvania regular filing is approximately 7 to 14 days.
Once the company comes to live, you will need a few things to make it comply with the Pennsylvania laws. Some are one-off and some on yearly basis. Our system will remind you at the right time, so no worries.
|For Philadelphia, PA (2010)
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Business Inventory Tax
Corporate Income Tax
Pennsylvania’s corporate tax structure consists of a flat rate of 9.99% on all corporate income.
Personal Income Tax
Pennsylvania has a flat tax rate of 3.07% on individual income tax, with no personal exemptions.
Personal Property Tax
Pennsylvania does not levy or collect taxes on real estate or personal property. Municipalities (cities, townships, and boroughs) are permitted to levy real estate property taxes that cannot exceed 30 mills on the assessed value of the property. Counties may also levy an intangible personal property tax, which taxes stocks, bonds and other personal property taxpayers may own. Not all Pennsylvania counties levy this tax.
State Sales and Use Tax
Base Rate: 6%
Machinery Rate: none
There is an exemption for sales of property, rendition of services, or use of property, including but not limited to machinery equipment, parts or supplies to be consumed directly in manufacturing personal property.
Pennsylvania’s new employers’ rate is 3.752 percent for 3 years.
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