Payroll Resources



The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires that various payments, made in the course of a trade or business, be reported for information purposes.  The objective of Form 1099 reporting is to match payments received to income reported on a tax return.  All Forms 1099 must be mailed to recipients no later than January 31 of the following year.  The Forms 1099 must be submitted to the Internal Revenue Service no later than January 31 of the following year.

New 1099-MISC Withholding Tax Requirements Fact Sheet

1099-MISC Non-Resident Withholding General Rules

1099-MISC Withholding Exemption Certificate

Form W-9


Federal Forms
Census Bureau
Citizenship and Immigration Services
Department of Labor
Electronic Federal Tax Payment System
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Internal Revenue Service
New Hire Reporting Program
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
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Social Security Administration
Pennsylvania Forms
Collection & Disbursement Unit
Department of Labor & Industry
Department of Revenue
Earned Income & Local Services Tax Rates
Estimate Payments (e-TIDES)
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Local Forms
Berkheimer Tax Administrator
Berks Earned Income Tax Bureau
Capital Tax Collection Bureau
Keystone Municipal Collections
Lancaster County Tax Collection Bureau
York County Earned Income Tax Bureau