HARRISBURG - For the second time in history, Pennsylvania will offer a tax amnesty program in hopes of raising 190-million dollars to balance the new budget.
Governor Rendell is expected to announce the nearly two-month long program today.
It will reportedly waive all penalties and half of the interest owed by delinquent taxpayers if they make payments in full by June18th.
The state's Department of Revenue estimates Pennsylvania is owed about two-point-one-billion in back taxes from over a million businesses and individuals.
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