How to appeal a Pennsylvania tax penalty

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Taxpayers who feel that Pennsylvania tax penalties were improperly applied may appeal those taxes. In many cases the amount of the penalty will exceed the original amount of the tax adjusted. You should explain in detail why your tax relief request should be granted and attach additional documentation, if necessary, of any supporting documents.

Petitions for refund must be accompanied by proof of payment of the tax to the commonwealth and copies of invoices, credit memoranda, exemption certificates, etc. where relevant. Copies of canceled checks must include images of the fronts and backs of the checks.

I consider handling these appeals petitions on a case-by-case basis. If I do handle the petton then the service can be provided for a fixed fee or based on a percentage of the settlement.

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