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PA Certificates of Residency

Pennsylvania Act 32

Pennsylvania Act 32 is a law that streamlines and standardizes the local earned income tax system. This law is effective January 1, 2012.

Changes in Withholding Responsibility

All employers located in Pennsylvania must withhold earned income tax for both residents and nonresidents where they reside and/or work. The withholding rate is determined by the employee's residency tax rate or the employer jurisdiction's nonresident tax rate, whichever is greater.


  • If you live and work within Philadelphia – no change
  • If you live in Philadelphia and work outside Philadelphia - no change
  • If you live outside Philadelphia and work within Philadelphia – no change
  • If you live outside Philadelphia and work outside Philadelphia – the University will withhold earned income tax based on the greater of the worksite tax or the residency tax. If the residency tax and the worksite tax are equal, the worksite tax will be withheld.

Pennsylvania Certificate of Residency

Except for those employees who live and work in Philadelphia, every University employee is required to complete the Certificate of Residency. Out of state employees must also complete this form.

All future changes in address will require Certificates of Residency.

The Certificate must be completed for the appropriate worksite. Use the worksite where your predominant work occurs.

Complete the top portion of the form – the payroll office will add the PSD Code and Resident EIT Rate for you.

Sign and date the form, and return to the Payroll Office my mail, fax, or e-mail.
Fax # 215-827-0080
Holy Family University
Attn. Mary Krasnopolski
HFH 209
9801 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19114

Time and Attendance Manuals

Payroll Staff

Mary Krasnopolski, Payroll Representative, 267-341-3270

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