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Top Md. tax ‘scofflaw’ offers to pay up

Top Md. tax ‘scofflaw’ offers to pay up

Maryland's top tax evaders are due for their annual public shaming. State Comptroller Peter Franchot released the names of 20 businesses and 20 individuals Thursday that collectively owe more than $13 million in taxes, penalties and interest to the state. The "Caught in a Web" program list all 40 names on the comptroller's website to encourage the "scofflaws" into paying. The 2015 business list is lead by CTS & Associates, Inc. of Bethesda, which owes $1.15 million, while the individual list is topped by James and Denise Ciotti of Laurel, who owe about $1.02 million.

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