Are my employer-sponsored retirement plan distributions taxable?

Pennsylvania doesn't tax payments you receive that are commonly recognized retirement benefits from eligible employer-sponsored retirement plans.

Eligible employer-sponsored retirement plans can, but don't necessarily, include employer-sponsored deferred compensation plans, pension or profit sharing plans, 401(k) plans, thrift plans, thrift savings plans, or employee welfare plans.

Ask your employer or plan administrator if your employer's retirement plan is an eligible plan for Pennsylvania income tax purposes. Eligible nonemployer-sponsored retirement plans can, but don't necessarily, include Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and Roth IRAs.

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