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SALEM, OR -- Oregon's 100 most delinquent taxpayers will now find their names posted on a state website. Call it "encouraging" or "shaming," but the Department of Revenue hopes it will lead to these 50 individuals and 50 businesses to settle their debts.

 

Click HERE to access the list.

 

Joy Krawczyk, with the Department of Revenue, says they've exhausted all other options. "There are people that we’ve tried to work with and collect from in the past, and we haven’t had success in resolving that debt." She says the list represents millions of dollars in unpaid debt.

 

More than 30 states post names of past-due taxpayers, and have been successful in getting people to pay up. 

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