Delinquent SD taxpayers could be listed on websitePIERRE (AP) — South Dakota's top 100 delinquent taxpayers could be listed on the Internet if the Revenue Department gets its way.
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota's top 100 delinquent taxpayers could be listed on the Internet if the Revenue Department gets its way.
A House committee began to weigh the request Thursday but instead rescheduled a hearing on the matter because committee members felt the wording was too vague.
The Revenue Department's Jan Talley says this list would create an incentive to pay taxes owed after other means have been exhausted.
Those listed would have 90 days to begin payments before their names appear online.
Talley says the top 100 owe $5.6 million to the state. She says the proposal would be a "method for us to collect dollars."
A new date for the hearing hasn't yet been set.