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Monday, November 16, 2009

NY Considers Disclosing Top 200 Tax Deadbeats to Shame Them Into Compliance

New York Daily News, Expose Tax Cheats' Web of Deceit - Pols:

The state Tax Department is considering creating a Most Wanted list to shame tax cheats into paying, the Daily News has learned.

Tax officials are looking into posting the top 200 business and top 200 personal tax delinquents online. "It's a good idea as a tax enforcement device and we are exploring that," tax department spokeswoman Susan Burns said.

As of April, there were about 1 million outstanding tax warrants totalling $14.4 billion, officials said.

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What in God's Name is Obama going to do with 200 czars?

Posted by: Larry Sheldon | Nov 16, 2009 5:44:41 PM