HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA -- Governor Rendell is making a final push to convince holdouts to take advantage of Pennsylvania's tax amnesty program.
The state launched the effort to collect $190-million in delinquent taxes back in April and has so far collected about $101-million. The program allows residents to pay back taxes by waiving all penalties and half the interest owed.
Those who do not pay by the deadline of June 18th will face an additional five-percent penalty and increased enforcement efforts.
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