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12 Pa. Code § 151.11. Registration of employers.


§ 151.11. Registration of employers.

 (a)  Under section 512(a)(1) of the act (53 P.S. §  6924.512(a)(1)), if an employer has a place of business within a tax collection district and employs one or more persons, other than domestic servants, for compensation, the employer shall register with the tax officer for that tax collection district within 15 days after becoming an employer.

 (b)  An employer shall collect and maintain the information as required under section 512 of the act. An employer shall require each new employee to complete a Local Earned Income Taxpayer Residency Certification form as provided by the Department to help identify the political subdivision where an employee is domiciled and employed. Additionally, an employer shall require each current employee who establishes a new address or domicile to complete the Local Earned Income Taxpayer Residency Certification form. The employer shall retain residency information provided by the employee and, upon request, provide this information to the tax officer to reconcile, correct or otherwise confirm the political subdivision information for the employee.

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