Who must file a quarterly return?
In effect, each resident will be responsible for filing a tax return on actual or estimated income each quarter. To be relieved of this obligation, every resident whether working, unemployed, or retired (including non-working housewives), must file the Resident Questionnaire provided by Berkheimer Associates Inc. Residents who are temporarily unemployed are still required to file returns quarterly, whether they have income to report or not. Residents subject to total withholding of their tax by their employer must complete the Resident Questionnaire as well. Generally, these residents will not receive or be required to file Quarterly Returns unless they have additional income to report which is not subject to withholding by employer.

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1. When is the local tax bill due?
2. Where do I pay the Colonial School District's Real Estate Tax bill?
3. What is the Earned Income Tax?
4. Who is taxable?
5. If I am subject to the Philadelphia Wage Tax, must I also pay this tax?
6. How will the Earned Income Tax be collected?
7. Will I be notified when each tax installment is due?
8. Is all income subject to the tax?
9. Who must file a quarterly return?
10. Who must file a final return?
11. What happens if I do not pay or file the required returns?
12. Must I file if I receive no taxable income?
13. Which employers are required to withhold the tax from their employees?
14. Must those subject to withholding do anything else?
15. If my work status should change from an employer who as been withholding, to an employer in an area who does not withhold, what do I do?
16. What happens if I overestimate or underestimate my income?
17. Are non-residents taxable?
18. Is there any minimum or maximum income or age group/
19. Does Whitemarsh Township have an Earned Income Tax (EIT)?