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What miscellaneous income is taxable to Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania taxes the miscellaneous non-employee income listed below:

  • Executor or Executrix Fees
  • Fiduciary Fees
  • Jury Duty Pay
  • Director's Fees
  • Expert Witness Fees
  • Honorarium
  • Covenant Not to Compete Payments
  • Damages for Lost Wages
  • Household Employee Wages NOT on a W-2
  • Other Nonemployee Compensation (such as Form 1099-MISC or Form 1099-NEC)
  • Life Insurance or Annuity or Endowment Distribution
  • Charitable Gifts Annuities Distribution
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan Distribution
  • Medicare Waiver Payment NOT reported on a W-2
  • Other wages NOT reported on a W-2

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