Last year's temporary tax amnesty program in Pennsylvania surpassed revenue expectations, but officials say they aren't done collecting delinquent taxes.
The state Department of Revenue this week will start mailing penalty assessments to delinquent taxpayers who failed to participation in the 2017 program, which ran between April 21 and June 19 and generated net revenue of $130.4 million. The goal was $100 million.
Notices were originally mailed to about 860,000 businesses and individuals with past-due state taxes. Under the tax amnesty program, all penalties and half of the interest were waived.