Over the past decade, local tax reforms have made Philadelphia a better place to do business. What other changes to the tax code could lead to economic growth across the city? Could tax reform create a more inclusive and equitable COVID-19 recovery?
The new Tax Reform Working Group believes that every Philadelphia neighborhood should prosper. They want to hear what you think about taxes in the city.
What is the Tax Reform Working Group?
The working group will recommend changes to the tax code. They’ll recommend reforms that:
- spur growth in employment for Philadelphians.
- create and grow new businesses.
- attract existing businesses to the city.
As part of this work, they’ll:
- host community meetings.
- post videos about critical tax content.
- survey Philadelphians about their tax preferences.
- write a final report with recommendations.
Learn more about the working group and its members in our press release.
How to participate
The Tax Reform Working Group wants to hear from Philadelphia residents and business owners. You’ll be able to attend a virtual meeting, complete a survey, or both.
Attend a virtual meeting
Experts will discuss existing City taxes at virtual community meetings on Zoom.
To attend, sign up on Eventbrite:
These meetings will be recorded. If you can’t attend, you’ll be able to watch a recording online.
Take the survey
The working group is hosting a survey about tax preferences. Make sure to fill out the survey before October 27.
- Take the survey in English.
- Take the survey in Spanish.
- Take the survey in French.
- Take the survey in Vietnamese.
- Take the survey in Chinese.
We’re looking forward to hearing your priorities and preferences. Your experiences and insights will help shape our recommendations.