The Use and Occupancy tax for restaurants will be based on the occupancy allowed by Philadelphia Department of Public Health. This is in line with the previous post published on our site to pay the proportionate taxes and how to request a refund. Emergency Use & Occupancy Tax Regulation: Yesterday, February 18, the Department
In the press release on Tuesday February 9, 2021, the City allowed a 50% indoor seating capacity (current 25%) if the restaurant met certain HVAC requirements. HVAC system is fully operational and ventilates the entire indoor dining area. At least 20 percent outside is air circulated by HVAC system. Filtration MERV 11 or higher. At
Information from the article (link below). The application information will be available by Feb 1, 2021 at https://www.njrha.org/ New Jersey restaurants can apply for grants between $2,500-$5,000, thanks to a grant program funded by DoorDash and administered by the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association. DoorDash announced Monday it is donating $500,000 to the NJRHA to
As you are aware, restaurants and gyms have been severely impacted during COVID. In Philadelphia, there were significant restrictions for any indoor activity. especially for the period November 2020 to mid January 2021. The City has created a new program to provide some relief to those businesses The eligibility for this program is the following
The City of Philadelphia through the Mayor's Office of Communications <firstname.lastname@example.org> releases updates as part of their Business tax relief programs. In the Dec 1, 2020 communication, the City of Philadelphia stated the change in Use and Occupancy for restaurants as we requested after our attendance to the Tax Committee Meeting back in October 2020.