Are you eligible to get your city wage tax back?

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PHILADELPHIA - Work in the city, but live outside the city? Working from home could mean a refund for you. But that is also bad news for the city, which relies on the city wage tax to fund certain projects.Last year's packed regional rail trains are empty these days.

Hundreds of thousands of suburban commuters are now working from home. For Joe Foglio, of Swarthmore, it soon could mean a payday."Because of the amount of time we’ve been spending outside the city, I figure it would be worth it," he said.The roughly 3 and a half percent city wage tax you cough up every paycheck could come back in the form of a check."We’ve streamlined the process this year.

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