Pa. Allocates Gambling Revenue Tax Relief
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – State officials have allocated the $612 million in gambling proceeds that will be used to lower property taxes for Pennsylvania homeowners.
The state Department of Education says the average homeowner will see a $200 break in property taxes this year. The department is also responsible for allocating those funds to individual districts.
The $612 million available for tax relief is down slightly from $616 million last year.
The amount of the tax discount for each district is available at the Department of Education Web site.