Delinquent Tax

(redirected from Delinquent Taxes)

Delinquent Tax

Tax one did not pay by the due date. Ordinarily, one owes interest and/or penalties on delinquent tax, which increase over time.
References in periodicals archive ?
through this program, the dotax seeks to improve services to the community and its ability to identify, manage, and collect delinquent taxes owed to the state.
As stated by Brad Westover, the NTLA's Executive Director, "fortunately, over 99% of delinquent taxes are paid prior to a tax foreclosure.
the IRS may be missing opportunities to collect delinquent taxes because it is not always completely researching cases before closing them as uncollectible.
With our SEO campaign for The Levy Group of Tax Professionals, we're able to help them reach out to the people in Minneapolis who need qualified assistance with delinquent taxes and tax relief.
A person may then pay delinquent taxes on the affected mobile home without penalty until the court enters the order for sale.
While the catfight between the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System and county assessors continues, the amount of delinquent taxes continues to rise.
The president said federal contractors owe more than $5 billion in delinquent taxes, enough to provide health care for 2.
With the city facing a serious budget shortfall, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa urged businesses and residents on Wednesday to pay delinquent taxes before the city's tax amnesty program ends July 31.
Yesterday, he said he expects to make a presentation to the City Council Finance Committee on Tuesday regarding the amount of delinquent taxes and collection efforts.
Such transactions are likely to comprise the sale of delinquent taxes, certain mortgages, student loans, or future revenues such as those arising from tobacco settlement agreements.
Tax Amnesty Underway: More than 11,000 taxpayers with a Florida address owe delinquent taxes amounting to over $21 million to Indiana.
Finally, when the president was informed about the failure to pay the employment taxes in 2000, he took immediate action to pay the delinquent taxes and interest, which suggests that Y had an available source of credit in times of financial difficulty.