Thirty-seven companies and individuals owe Maryland more than $100,000 in unpaid taxes, according to a list released this month by state Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot.
Mr. Franchot, a Democrat, released their names as part of the state’s “Caught in the Web” initiative, as first reported last week by The Gazette. The comptroller’s office keeps a running list of the state’s 50 largest unresolved tax liabilities.
Four companies or individuals owe Maryland more than $1 million in taxes., led by O.S. Assets Inc. of Tampa, Fla., which owes $4.8 million in corporate income tax, and O.S. Capital Inc., which owes $3 million.
The information is public as Maryland circuit courts have rendered judgments against all of the offenders, according to the comptroller’s office.