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Top 100 Delinquent Taxpayer Lists Published

Division of Revenue | Date Posted: Monday, March 26, 2018



Delaware Division of Revenue Director Jennifer R. Hudson today announced the publication of the lists of the top 100 delinquent individual and business taxpayers to the State’s Delinquent Taxpayers website.

By statute, the Division of Revenue is required to post the names of the people and businesses who owe the most unpaid taxes to the state. The list includes the top 100 business taxpayers and 100 personal taxpayers who owe tax balances of more than $1,000, who were not on the last list that was published, and against whom the Division of Revenue has filed a judgment. Collectively, the businesses and individuals included on the lists owe more than $3.6 million to the State. Taxpayers who have entered into payment agreements with the Division of Revenue, who have filed for bankruptcy protection or who have a pending appeal of a proposed liability are excluded from the published lists.

“The Division of Revenue is committed to collecting all amounts that are owed to the State, and using all tools that are available to us to do so.” Hudson says. “While a large percentage of taxpayers resolve their liabilities to avoid having their names posted online, many others will wait until their names are actually posted online to resolve their accounts.”

Delaware is among the more than 20 states and the District of Columbia that publish delinquent taxpayers’ names online. If you have questions regarding the delinquent taxpayer lists, please contact the Delaware Division of Revenue’s Account Management Department at (302) 577-8785.

 

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Top 100 Delinquent Taxpayer Lists Published

Division of Revenue | Date Posted: Monday, March 26, 2018



Delaware Division of Revenue Director Jennifer R. Hudson today announced the publication of the lists of the top 100 delinquent individual and business taxpayers to the State’s Delinquent Taxpayers website.

By statute, the Division of Revenue is required to post the names of the people and businesses who owe the most unpaid taxes to the state. The list includes the top 100 business taxpayers and 100 personal taxpayers who owe tax balances of more than $1,000, who were not on the last list that was published, and against whom the Division of Revenue has filed a judgment. Collectively, the businesses and individuals included on the lists owe more than $3.6 million to the State. Taxpayers who have entered into payment agreements with the Division of Revenue, who have filed for bankruptcy protection or who have a pending appeal of a proposed liability are excluded from the published lists.

“The Division of Revenue is committed to collecting all amounts that are owed to the State, and using all tools that are available to us to do so.” Hudson says. “While a large percentage of taxpayers resolve their liabilities to avoid having their names posted online, many others will wait until their names are actually posted online to resolve their accounts.”

Delaware is among the more than 20 states and the District of Columbia that publish delinquent taxpayers’ names online. If you have questions regarding the delinquent taxpayer lists, please contact the Delaware Division of Revenue’s Account Management Department at (302) 577-8785.

 

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