California To Post Names Of Tax Cheats Online

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  1. Buzz Mills

    Buzz Mills New Member

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    California To Post Names Of Tax Cheats Online

    SACRAMENTO (AP) ― State tax agents are posting the names of delinquents online as part of a statewide crack down on tax cheats and delinquent taxpayers.

    Officials say more than 750,000 Californians owe billions of dollars in unpaid taxes in the year 2006 alone. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has also proposed hiring 500 new tax collectors and investigators to track down unpaid taxes.

    The Franchise Tax Board estimates the state is owed $6.5 billion dollars in unpaid taxes.

    http://cbs5.com/local/California.tax.delinquent.2.651672.html
     
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    Taximom Former Member

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    Wow, might be some interesting names on that list!
     
  4. angelmom

    angelmom The love stays...forever in our hearts

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    Hmmm...interesting until they make a mistake (the government? NO!) and post info about the wrong person and it ruins their credit or a business deal they are trying to make and the gov't gets sued.

    Anyone who has ever tried to get their credit report straight after a screw up knows what a total PITA this will be.

    Has that ever happened with the RSO list?
     
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    They print delinquent property taxpayers here in the major city paper, but I don't think it's online. I don't think there's been any problem yet.
     

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