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BUSINESS CUSTOMERS OF PITTSBURGH NATIONAL BANK CAN NOW PAY FEDERAL TAXES VIA TOUCH-TONE PHONE

 BUSINESS CUSTOMERS OF PITTSBURGH NATIONAL BANK
 CAN NOW PAY FEDERAL TAXES VIA TOUCH-TONE PHONE
 PITTSBURGH, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Businesses can now pay federal taxes with a touch-tone phone through PINACLE TAX, a new tax service offered to business customers of Pittsburgh National Bank by PNC Financial Corp. With PINACLE TAX, PNC customers can pay any of 11 federal tax types from their offices.
 "PINACLE TAX simplifies federal tax payment procedures for any size business by eliminating unnecessary trips to the bank, check writing and the completion of tax coupons", said Robert D. Edwards, senior vice president and manager, PNC Corporate Services. "Each transaction takes approximately 60 seconds."
 PINACLE TAX customers dial a toll-free number between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. (EST) to initiate payments. Customers can first test the service with a demonstration phone call, and a hotline is available to answer questions. Confirmations of all transactions are mailed to customers on the next business day.
 In addition, PINACLE TAX has a Penalty Alert option to ensure on-time tax payments. This option calculates tax due dates, using pay dates provided by the customer and IRS regulations. If a payment is missed or forgotten, a PNC service representative notifies the customer by noon on the payment due date.
 PNC Financial Corp, headquartered in Pittsburgh, is the nation's 13th-largest bank holding company, with assets of $46.6 billion. It operates approximately 550 community banking offices in Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Delaware and conducts business through additional offices in 16 states.
 PNC's principal banking affiliates include: Pittsburgh National Bank, Pittsburgh; Provident National Bank, Philadelphia; Citizens Fidelity Bank, Louisville, KY; Central Trust, Cincinnati; Bank of Delaware, Wilmington, Del.; Northeastern Bank, Scranton, Pa.; Marine Bank, Erie, Pa.; PNC National Bank, Wilmington, Del.; CCNB Bank, N.A., Camp Hill, Pa.; Hershey Bank, Hershey, Pa.; and The First Bank and Trust Company, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
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 /CONTACT: Jonathan Williams of PNC Financial Corp, 412-762-4550, or at home, 412-257-3257/
 (PNC) CO: Pittsburgh National Bank; PNC Financial Corp ST: Pennsylvania IN: FINS SU: PDT


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