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Pennsylvania Tax Office Phone Numbers and Information

Pennsylvania Tax Office  Phone Numbers
Self-Service Forms & Account Access (Touch-tone service is required for this automated, 24-hour toll-free line. Call to order forms or check the status of a personal income tax account, corporate tax account or property tax/rent rebate.) 1-888-PATAXES
Personal Income Tax 717-787-8201
Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program 1-888-222-9190
Business Taxes (corporation tax, employer withholding, sales/use tax and registration) 717-787-1064
Inheritance Tax 717-787-8327
Realty Transfer Tax 717-783-8104
Electronic Business Tax Filing (e-TIDES) 717-783-6277
Miscellaneous Tax (cigarette tax, small games of chance, malt beverage tax) 717-783-9354
Motor and Alternative Fuel Taxes 1-800-482-4382
Delinquent Collections for Individual Taxes 717-783-3000
Delinquent Collections for Business Taxes 717-783-8434
Compliance (bankruptcy, business tax clearance, corporate clearances, liens and wage garnishment) 717-787-3911
Service for taxpayers with special hearing and/or speaking needs(TT Only) 1-800-447-3020
Press Office 717-787-6960
Executive Office 717-783-3683
Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate 717-772-9347
Voluntary Disclosure Program 717-787-9832
Unclaimed Property (Treasury Department) 1-800-222-2046

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  1. Please see contact information for the IRS regarding your refund.
    Individuals
    800-829-1040
    7 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time

    Businesses
    800-829-4933
    7 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time

    Non-profit taxes
    877-829-5500
    8 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time

    Estate and gift taxes
    866-699-4083
    8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern time

    Excise taxes
    866-699-4096
    ​​​​​8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern time

    Overseas callers
    Use our International Services page.

    Callers who are hearing impaired
    TTY/TDD 800-829-4059

    Requesting a face-to-face meeting for help
    You can make an appointment at an IRS local office to get help. Appointment times vary by tax issues and office locations.

    You can find the office closest to you with our Taxpayer Assistance Locator tool. Once you find your local office, call 844-545-5640 to schedule an appointment.

    IRS offices are closed on federal holidays.

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