Maryland comptroller outs state's top tax scofflaws
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is going after the state's top 50 worst tax offenders. He has released a list of 25 individuals and 25 businesses that owe the state almost $8 million.
On the state's web site, Franchot list those who have been "caught in the web."
"I know that the vast majority of Marylanders are hard-working, honest and pay their fair share in state taxes," Franchot writes on his web site. "This program, however, was created to pursue those who enjoy the many benefits of living in Maryland while their neighbors shoulder the financial burden."
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