Real Estate Tax
Real Estate tax payments should be made payable to "Township of Pine" or "Pine-Richland S.D." and remitted to Jordan Tax Service at the following address:
Jordan Tax Service Inc.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317-3349
Phone: 724-731-2315 Option #3
Jordan Tax Service will be at the Pine Community Center to collect taxes on the following dates: To be Determined 2019
For more questions about payment, email Jordan Tax Service or call 724-731-2300.
Allegheny County Real Estate Tax payments should be made out to "Allegheny County Treasurer" and remitted to the Allegheny County Treasurer's office:
Allegheny County Treasurer
Room 108 Courthouse
436 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Pine-Richland School District
View the 2018 Letter to the Township Manager re: the School Tax. For questions regarding the Pine Richland School District Millage, email Dana Kirk or call 724-625-7773.
All requests for Municipal Lien letters, Tax Certification letters, and Real Estate Tax bills must be directed to Jordan Tax Service. Please allow 7 to 10 business days for processing requests.
Municipal Tax Comparison
Real Estate Taxes
For example, we will calculate the local real estate taxes to be paid by a family living in a $100,000 home, with millage as of January 1, 2019:
- Allegheny County - 4.73 mils (18.7%)
- Pine-Richland School District - 19.5867 mils (77.3%)
- Township of Pine - 0.998 mils (4%)
- Total - 25.3147 mils (100%)
The real estate taxes of 25.3147 mils multiplied by the fair market value of a $100,000 home equals $2,531.47. This amount is divided between Allegheny County, the Pine-Richland School District, and the Township of Pine.
Of the total local real estate taxes equaling $2,531.47 to be paid by this family, Allegheny County will receive $473.00, the Pine-Richland School District will receive $1,958.67, and the Township of Pine will receive $99.80.
Earned Income Taxes
In addition to the local real estate taxes, a family with a household income totaling $50,000 a year will pay a 1% earned income tax totaling $500, which is shared equally between the school district and the township.
- 1/2 of 1% to Pine-Richland School District = $250
- 1/2 of 1% to the Township of Pine = $250
Total Local Taxes
The annual total of all local taxes; county, school and township, to be paid by a family living in a $100,000 home and with a household income of $50,000 a year totals $3,566.43. The Township of Pine will receive $349.80 or 10.43% of the taxes paid in this example.