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Derry Township, Montour County PA
Tax Collector: Ceylon S. Reinard
P.O. Box 102
Washingtonville, PANNN-NN-NNNN(NNN) NNN-NNNN
Derry Township, Mifflin County PA
15 W. Mill St., P.O. Box 445
Yeagertown, PA 17099
Tax Collector: Gerald Treaster
Gerald "Jerry" Treaster 41 Laurel Street
Lewistown, PA 17044 (NNN) NNN-NNNN
Township of Derry
Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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The last one does has local taxes described at
If this is a place you lived - you have to pay those taxes.
Residents are taxed 1% of their earned income. Half supports the Township and the other 50% supports the School District. The EIT provides 25% of the Township's revenue.
The Township receives $200.00 from all residents who are employed and earn over $10,000. This tax provides 17% of the Township's revenue. The School District's Occupation Tax is $250.00.
Real Estate Tax
The Township's Real Estate Tax is 1.0966 mills. This tax generates 12% of the Township's revenue. (School District is 15.09 mills)
11% of the Township's total revenue is received through the Amusement Tax. The tax is 10% of the first $7.50 of the price of a ticket for amusement events. Hersheypark makes up the largest portion of the revenue. The Township and Hershey Entertainment and Resorts entered an agreement in 1998 to insure that the Township continues to receive a specific amount on the sale of all tickets, in the event that the amusement tax is ever eliminated. This tax is divided between the Township and the School District.
Parking Lot Tax
The Township receives 10% of revenues generated through parking fees, totaling 4% of the Township's revenue.
Real Estate Transfer Tax
owners are taxed 0.5% of the purchase price when their property is sold. The Real Estate Transfer Tax provides 4% of the Township's revenue.
Occupation Privilege Tax
The OPT is a $10 tax levied on all persons employed in the Township and provides 1% of the Township's revenue. This tax is divided between the Township and the School District.
These are funds distributed by PENNDOT from the Commonwealth's vehicle fuel tax
. The amount received is based on the number of miles of roadway in the Township and the population.
You also may use this calculator to estimate taxes
Local taxes may be deductible
on Sch A if you itemize.
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