Real Estate Tax

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Jordan Tax Service

Tax Certification Muni Claim Letter Application

Jordan Tax Service Cert.App.

Payment Information

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

For more questions about payment, email Jordan Tax Service or call 724-731-2300.

Allegheny County

View the 2020 Millage Rates for Allegheny County & Municipalities (PDF).

Allegheny County Real Estate Tax payments should be made out to "Allegheny County Treasurer" and remitted to the Allegheny County Treasurer’s office:

John Weinstein
Allegheny County Treasurer

Room 108 Courthouse
436 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Pine-Richland School District

View the 2020 Pine Richland School District Tax Letter to the Township Manager.  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.