Introduced by Rep. George Cushingberry (D) on September 17, 2009, to authorize a 30 day delinquent tax payment amnesty period ending Dec. 15, 2009, during which all criminal and civil penalties would be waived for having in the past failed to file or pay income or other state tax, or for making an excessive claim for a refund. To get the waiver a taxpayer would have to make full payment of the tax and interest due, either in a lump sum or through an installment plan. If back taxes are not paid during this period, a 25 percent penalty would be tacked on to the balance.
Referred to the House Tax Policy Committee on September 17, 2009.
Re: 2009 House Bill 5385 (Impose new tax on doctors ) by TaterSalad on April 8, 2012 Increasing taxes is the wrong way to go! Doctors already have a huge revenue problem and this will just make it worse. The fact that Obamacare is yet another monstrosity and more taxes is just plain ludicrous!
Re: 2009 House Bill 5385 (Impose new tax on doctors ) by marygrace on April 8, 2012 i guess that would always be fine.. but I hope that won't pass. style for kids
Re: 2009 House Bill 5385 (Impose new tax on doctors ) by gajandave on November 14, 2011
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