Governor Tom Wolf recently praised a new innovation that allows business taxpayers and tax practitioners to receive an electronic statement of account and for releasing an informational video explaining the new feature.
“Businesses and tax professionals have been requesting online access to their tax account information with more details and the department of revenue delivered,” said governor tom wolf. “making statements of account available electronically will help all businesses – especially small business owners – get their tax information quickly so they can spend more time with their customers and clients.”
The video describes how to request and receive the statement of account through the department’s free business tax system, e-tides. the statement will be accessible the next business day. information about more than 40 tax types is available. several tax practitioner organizations tested the self-service tool before the public launch.
"The best part is the department worked with taxpayers and tax practitioners to develop this new tool,” said Jason skrinak of reinsel kuntz lesher llp, certified public accountants and consultants, and a member of the pennsylvania institute of certified public accountants. “it’s fast and easy to use while providing comprehensive tax information which is important to keep a client’s account with the department up-to-date.” for more information including step-by-step instructions, visit the department online at www.revenue.pa.gov, select e-tides, then get assistance.