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Old 09-05-2017, 09:40 PM
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MD income tax

i owe MD tax 17k, no longer a MD resident, in CA now. up to date with all my filing. owe for 13/14/15. filed CA and MD for 2016, and 2017 will only be CA. i made a payment agreement with irs already, but i dont have enough to make but a small payment to MD. if that doesnt cover my amount and if i cannot pay full amount, when do the collection becomes obsolete? after 36/72 months? what happened if my payment cannot cover that amount and i still owe after that? thank you

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Old 09-06-2017, 07:10 AM
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i owe MD tax 17k, no longer a MD resident, in CA now. up to date with all my filing. owe for 13/14/15. filed CA and MD for 2016, ==>perhaps as a part year resident of MD and CA, you must have reported your CA source and other source income income to CA and MD source and other source income to MD state in 2016

and 2017 will only be CA. i made a payment agreement with irs already, but i dont have enough to make but a small payment to MD. if that doesnt cover my amount and if i cannot pay full amount, when do the collection becomes obsolete? after 36/72 months? what happened if my payment cannot cover that amount and i still owe after that?==>you need to contact the comptroller of MD ASAP for help.If you are unable to pay the notice in full at that time, you may indicate your preferred payment term on the notice and mail it back using the enclosed envelope. If the requested term is not listed, or if you need additional assistance,you may contact the Collection Section by phone at 410-974-2432 or 1-888-674-0016 or by email at [email protected]. If you are emailing them, you need to include your name, address, the last four digits of your SSN, case number or notice number and your phone number in your message. Statute of Limitations Does Not Apply to MDTax Judgment Liens. Notice of Lien of Judgment is filed in the county of the address of record to serve notice to your creditors for delinquent and unpaid tax, interest, penalties and delinquent fees thereon, extending to and covering all property and rights to property, real and personal as long as the Lien is not fully satisfied.



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