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Pennsylvania Free Printable 2023 PA Schedule A - Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA-1000 A) for 2024 Pennsylvania Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA Property Tax/Rent Rebate)

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Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA Property Tax/Rent Rebate)
2023 PA Schedule A - Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA-1000 A)

IMPORTANT: FILL IN FORM MUST BE DOWNLOADED ONTO YOUR COMPUTER PRIOR TO COMPLETING PA SCHEDULE A 2305410058 Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations START ➜ PA-1000 A 03-23 (FI) PA Department of Revenue 2023 OFFICIAL USE ONLY Name as shown on PA-1000 Social Security Number You may make photocopies of this form as needed. If you owned, paid the property taxes on and resided in a Pennsylvania located home during 2023, then sold that residence and bought another Pennsylvania located home, paid the property taxes on and resided in that home for the remainder of the year, fill in the appropriate dates for each residence. Complete the address and occupancy dates along with Lines 1 through 5 for each home in the applicable columns. If you owned, paid the property taxes on and resided in a Pennsylvania located home during 2023, then sold the property and moved into a rental property and paid rent or if you lived in a rental property and paid rent, then bought a Pennsylvania located home, paid the property taxes and resided in that home for the remainder of the year, complete the address and occupancy dates and complete the information for the First Home column on Lines 1 through 5 for the portion of the year that you owned your home. You should also complete a PA Rent Certificate for the portion of the year that you rented a Pennsylvania located rental property. NOTE: If you resided part of the year in a home located outside PA, do not claim the property tax paid for that period. Enter zero in the appropriate column on Line 1. Additionally, if a deceased individual owned, paid property taxes on and resided in a Pennsylvania located home during 2023 and died during the claim year, complete the address and occupancy dates and complete the information for the First Home column for Lines 1 through 5. If the deceased previously owned another Pennsylvania located home before owning the Pennsylvania located home he or she was living in preceding death, complete the address and occupancy dates along with Lines 1 through 5 for both columns of the form. If the deceased resided part of a year outside PA, do not claim the property tax paid for that period. Enter zero in the appropriate column on Line 1. If the deceased paid property taxes and resided in a Pennsylvania located home during 2023, then sold the property, moved into a rental property and paid rent; or if the deceased lived in a rental property and paid rent, then bought a Pennsylvania located home, paid the property taxes and resided in that home for the remainder of his or her life, complete the address and occupancy dates and complete the information for the First Home column for Lines 1 through 5 for the portion of the year that the deceased owned the home. The surviving spouse, estate or personal representative claiming the rebate on behalf of the deceased should also complete a PA Rent Certificate for the portion of the year the deceased rented a Pennsylvania located rental property. Total taxes paid on Line 1 for the First Home Column includes the amount of property taxes paid by the claimant directly or on the claimant’s behalf from an escrow account for a claimant that owned the first home as of Jan. 1 of the claim year. For first homes purchased during the claim year, include the amount of property taxes paid by the claimant directly or on the claimant’s behalf from an escrow account and the total property taxes, before any pro-rata allocation of the property taxes, from a HUD-1 Closing Statement from the purchase of the property. Total taxes paid on Line 1 for the Second Home Column includes the amount of property taxes paid by the claimant directly or on the claimant’s behalf from an escrow account and the total property taxes, before any pro-rata allocation of the property taxes, from a HUD-1 Closing Statement from the purchase of the property. Street address (First Home) State City or Post Office I/The deceased owned and occupied this home from Month Day 2023 until ZIP Code Month Street address (Second Home) City or Post Office State Day I/The deceased owned and occupied this home from (Date moved into this home): ZIP Code Month Day 2023 until Month Day 2023 First Home 1. Total property taxes paid on each home. See above instructions. 2023 Second Home $ $ $ $ 2. Number of days you or the deceased owned and occupied each home. 3. Percentage of the year that you or the deceased owned and occupied each home. Divide Line 2 by the number of days in the claim year (365 or 366). Round to two decimal places. 4. Multiply Line 1 by Line 3. 5. Total property taxes paid. Add Line 4 for both homes. Enter the amount on Line 14 of your or the deceased’s claim form or the next schedule you or the deceased must complete. 2305410058 Reset Entire Form $ 2305410058 TOP OF PAGE PRINT
Extracted from PDF file 2023-pennsylvania-form-pa-1000-a.pdf, last modified November 2011

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We last updated the Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA Property Tax/Rent Rebate) in January 2024, so this is the latest version of Form PA-1000 A, fully updated for tax year 2023. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form PA-1000 A directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Pennsylvania tax forms here.


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Related Pennsylvania Other Forms:

TaxFormFinder has an additional 174 Pennsylvania income tax forms that you may need, plus all federal income tax forms. These related forms may also be needed with the Pennsylvania Form PA-1000 A.

Form Code Form Name
Form PA-1000 Property Tax or Rent Rebate Claim
Form PA-1000 Booklet Property Tax or Rent Rebate Program Instruction Booklet
Form PA-1000 RC PA Rent Certificate - PA Rent Certificate and Rental Occupancy Affidavit (PA Property Tax/Rent Rebate)
Form PA-1000 B/D/E Widow or Widower/Public Assistance/Business Use Prorations (PA Property Tax/Rent Rebate)
Form PA-1000 PS Physician's Statement of Permanent and Total Disability (PA Property Tax/Rent Rebate)
Form PA-1000 F/G Multiple Owner or Lessor Prorations/Income Annualization (PA Property Tax/Rent Rebate)

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Pennsylvania usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Pennsylvania Form PA-1000 A from the Department of Revenue in January 2024.

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Historical Past-Year Versions of Pennsylvania Form PA-1000 A

We have a total of three past-year versions of Form PA-1000 A in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:


2023 Form PA-1000 A

2023 PA Schedule A - Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA-1000 A)

2022 Form PA-1000 A

2022 PA Schedule A - Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA-1000 A)

2021 Form PA-1000 A

2021 PA Schedule A - Deceased Claimant and/or Multiple Home Prorations (PA-1000 A)


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