All persons desiring to do business in a borough or township listed below must obtain a Business Privilege License and must file Business Privilege and/or Mercantile Tax return whether or not tax is due. Business Privilege Tax applies to the gross receipts of all businesses and persons engaged in businesses and/or provide services within a borough or township except those businesses subject to the Mercantile Tax.
Municipal Resource Recovery Systems, LLC provides client driven services specifically focused on the challenges faced at the municipal level and is dedicated to assisting municipalities in maximizing resources.
2015 Actual and 2016 Estimated Business Privilege (BPT) and Mercantile Tax (MCT) tax returns for ALL municipalities are now past due. Penalties and interest will be charged for all delinquent tax return filings.
2016 Business Privilege Licenses
MRRS cannot issue a business privilege license for any business and/or rental property account unless both a completed BPL application and payment in full is received. Please contact MRRS if you are unable to download the BPL form. Business privilege license renewals for all municipalities are also past due. Penalty fees will be charged for all late business privilege license applications.
Fish vs. Lower Merion Township Decision
On December 21, 2015 the Pennsylvania Supreme Court reversed the Commonwealth Court and ruled that municipalities do indeed have the right to collect business privilege taxes and license fees based on leases and rents paid for properties based in their municipality. Therefore those landlords/property owners who did not file returns and make payments are now delinquent and penalties, interest and late fees will be assessed. Click here for more information.
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|Friday||9 – 2|
MRRS, LLC provides information, owner payoff statements and certification documents for delinquent trash and/or sewer fees, abatements, nuisance and municipal waste liens that are due and owing against a property within the following Delaware County municipalities; Township of Aston, Borough of Darby, Borough of Folcroft, Borough of Glenolden and the Borough of Sharon Hill.