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My UGI bill should be exempt from PA State Tax. Why is there tax reflected on the bill?

04 Apr 2018

There is often confusion around the statement on the left column of every UGI and PNG customer bill: Your current UGI charges include state taxes totaling about $0.XX. For customers exempt from PA State Tax, UGI is not applying Pennsylvania State Tax to your bill. The state tax amount displayed on your bill actually represents an approximate amount of money from your bill that goes toward various state taxes paid by UGI. These include Public Utility Realty Tax, Capital Stock Tax and State Corporate Net Income Tax. The state taxes amount is not an additional charge—it is built into your total bill. On a related note, the PA State Tax Surcharge shown on the right column of your bill under “Current Bill Information” allows UGI to track changes to various state taxes listed above.