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  144.425.  Compromise of delinquent taxes — percentage — limitation — procedure. — 1.  Upon the filing by a taxpayer in the office of the attorney general of a verified declaration that the taxpayer has insufficient funds available to pay sales taxes due and owed to the state which have been certified by the department of revenue to the attorney general as delinquent and of an offer to compromise such taxes and pay the amount agreed upon, the attorney general may agree to compromise the taxes and accept payment in an amount which shall be not less than seventy-five percent of the total amount of the taxes due and owed.  The amount agreed upon in the compromise shall be paid within three years from the date of the agreement.

  2.  The taxpayer so desiring to compromise payment of taxes shall furnish all information requested by the attorney general in order that it may be determined that the offer of compromise is made in good faith.


(L. 1982 S.B. 471 § 1)

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