Note that the tax office will be closed December 25, 2020 and January 1, 2021
If you are looking to submit your monthly, quarterly, or annual taxes on behalf of your employer or a client, you want to use our Online Employer Filing system. You can pay your EIT (Earned Income Tax) or LST (Local Services Tax) for employers using this system.
Employers must be pre-registered with this bureau before you can begin using online filing. Call our office at (814) 317-5335 if you need to have an account created.
If you're ready to file your taxes, then click this button to get started.
If you are filing taxes on behalf of yourself or you and your spouse, then our Online Individual Filing system is for you. You can file your annual return here or make an estimated quarterly payment.
You'll need your federal and state tax documents and any W2's or 1099's that were given to you by an employer or other organization for which you worked in the prior calendar year.
Individual tax payers can create their own
accounts at the time you get started with your filing.
Employers that are interested in online filing of local earned income and local services tax, please contact the Blair County Tax Collection Bureau to receive a registration form and logon instructions.
PALITE allows employers to upload the "details" of your employees' tax information using a Microsoft Excel file or a IRS-defined file formats called MMREF or EFW2. We have a samples of EIT and LST file formats for Microsoft Excel in our file downloads on this page.
Conditions under which PALITE will accept your file
More helpful hints
Rows in your Excel file that have formatting commands like colors, gridlines, special height/width instructions, or other settings may cause PALITE to believe the row should have data, and be processed. You then get a list of errors telling you there should be data where you didn’t intend to have any data. You know those rows are supposed to be empty.
Sound familiar? Good. You’re in the right place.
PALITE reads through your Excel file until it finds a blank row…then it assumes there’s no more data that needs to be processed. The problem is that colors, gridlines, widths, and other settings make PALITE think that such a row should also have valid data.
The fix is to make sure the line below your data is empty. It’s okay to have formulas or other items below the blank line, but you must have a blank line below the data.
Note: To use these files you may need a third party application like
Adobe Acrobat Reader for PDF files or Microsoft Excel for XLS or XLSX files.