ERIE, Pa. (Erie News Now) – With the deadline to file 2021 Pennsylvania personal income tax returns a month away, the Department of Revenue is extending its customer service hours for taxpayers to get help by phone.
This will help taxpayers get the assistance they need before the April 18, 2022 deadline to file 2021 personal income tax returns, Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell said Friday.
“Pennsylvanians who are sitting down to file their tax returns may have questions or concerns, so we are encouraging our customers to reach out directly to one of our personal income tax experts for assistance,” Hassell said. “We also have a number of other customer resource options on our website, www.revenue.pa.gov, that can help our taxpayers answer their questions and get their returns filed on time.”
Personal income tax assistance is available between 8 am and 7 pm, Monday through Friday, by calling 717-787-8201.
Taxpayers can also electronically file their Pennsylvania personal income tax returns with the department’s state-only filing system at mypath.pa.gov. myPATH is a free, user-friendly option.
All taxpayers who received more than $33 in total gross taxable income in calendar year 2021 must file a Pennsylvania personal income tax return by midnight, Monday, April 18, 2022.