PA Casino Revenue Means You Get a Tax Break

The Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Tim Eller says nearly $800 million of Pennsylvania’s gambling revenue is used to provide tax relief to state residents. Most of that is used to give people a break on property taxes, but some also helps to offset the city wage tax in Philadelphia. But, you don’t get the relief in a check, you have to apply through the school districts or county assessor’s offices to have the break included in your property tax bill. [Newsworks]