Nebraska Revised Statute 77-378

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77-378. Delinquent taxpayers; Department of Revenue and Department of Labor; prepare, maintain, and publish list; Tax Commissioner and Commissioner of Labor; duties.

(1) The Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor shall prepare, maintain, and publish a list of delinquent taxpayers who owe taxes or fees, including interest, penalties, and costs, in excess of twenty thousand dollars for which a notice of lien has been filed with the appropriate filing officer in accordance with the Uniform State Tax Lien Registration and Enforcement Act, except that no such list of delinquent taxpayers shall include any taxpayer that has not exhausted or waived all rights of appeal from a final balance of tax liability. The list may be posted on the web site of the Department of Revenue or the Department of Labor. The list shall include the name and address of the delinquent taxpayer, the type of tax or fee due, and the amount of tax or fee due, including interest, penalties, and costs.

(2) The Tax Commissioner and Commissioner of Labor shall update the list of delinquent taxpayers on a quarterly basis. The list shall not include (a) the name or related information of any taxpayer who has entered into a payment agreement with the Tax Commissioner or Commissioner of Labor and who is in compliance with that agreement or (b) the name or related information of any person who is protected by a stay that is in effect under the federal bankruptcy law. The name of a taxpayer shall be removed from the list within fifteen days after the payment in full of the debt or within fifteen days after the taxpayer enters into a payment agreement with the Tax Commissioner or Commissioner of Labor. A taxpayer may be placed back on the list if the taxpayer is more than fifteen days delinquent on a payment agreement.

(3) At least thirty days before the disclosure of the name of a delinquent taxpayer pursuant to subsection (1) of this section, the Tax Commissioner or Commissioner of Labor shall mail a written notice to the delinquent taxpayer at the taxpayer's last-known address informing the taxpayer that the failure to cure the tax delinquency could result in the taxpayer's name being included in a list of delinquent taxpayers that is published by the Tax Commissioner or Commissioner of Labor pursuant to this section.


Cross References

    Uniform State Tax Lien Registration and Enforcement Act, see section 77-3901.