Real Estate
Elected Tax Collector
Donna L. Nagle – 724-352-2247 (telephone and fax)
PO Box 163
448 Winfield Road
Cabot, PA 16023
Office is not located inside township building. The tax office is inside Moser Auto Sales building, beside the Cabot Post Office.

Hours: Tuesday 4pm-7pm
Other times by appointment

Assessed on individuals owning real estate (117.903 mills)
Due at 2% discount by April 30, at face value by June 30, at 10% penalty beginning July 1-December 31. Unpaid liened to Butler County Tax Claim the following January.

2014 Real Estate taxes total 120.903 mills (county/ township/ school) collected and broken down as follows:
Butler County @ 24.628 mills
Winfield Township @ 3 mills
South Butler County School District @ 93.275 mills
Note: 1 mill = $1 per $1,000 of assessed value.
Also $5.00 per capital/per person age 18+
And $5.00 per capital/ per person age 18+ = Act 511 & Act 679

Winfield’s largest source of local revenue is EIT. The total collected is evenly split between the South Butler School District and the township.
Winfield finances its general government operations by taxes.

Earned Income Tax is 1% per person/per household.

Beginning with the 2012 tax year, the Local Earned Income Tax in Winfield Township will be collected and administered by Berkheimer Tax Administrator. This change is the result of state legislation (ACT 32), that required the consolidation of the collection of Local Earned Income Tax to a countywide “Tax Collection District”. The tax rate and filing dates will remain the same, this is a change in collector only. However, there are changes in the employer withholding requirements. Please visit the Berkheimer website or call them at 610-599-3139 for more details. We encourage you to take advantage of the fast and easy e-filing for individuals and employers offered by Berkheimer.

The Political Subdivision Code for Winfield Township is 100705.

Click Here for more information on how these changes affect employers.

Click Here for more information on how these changes affect residents who pay Earned Income Taxes.

Taxes are due quarterly unless income is less than $10,000 or the employer withholds tax.

Every resident of Winfield Township who had taxable income or net profits during any part of the current tax year must file a Final Tax Return, even if the employer withheld the tax.

Local Services Tax (formerly Emergency and Municipal Services Tax and Occupational Privilege)

$52.00 per person once a year
Withheld by all Winfield Township employers, if not self-employed, and 100% retained by School District.

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