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In accordance with ORS 305.806, the Oregon Department of Revenue is authorized to publicly disclose a list of delinquent taxpayers who owe at least $50,000 in unresolved delinquent tax debt to the department. Individuals and businesses owing at least $50,000 in unresolved delinquent tax debt will be posted on the department’s public website.
Each taxpayer meeting these criteria will be notified by mail that failure to resolve their tax delinquency could result in their name being included on this list. Affected taxpayers will be given an opportunity to resolve their debt and prevent their information from being posted.
The list will contain only those taxpayers that have not resolved their debt. To be removed from the list, a taxpayer must pay the full balance due or otherwise resolve their debt with the department. It may take up to 14 days after your debt is resolved to be removed.
The published list can be accessed on Revenue Online under Tools.
If you are looking for guidance about your tax bill, please see our tax collection process.
If you would like to set up a payment plan, please see our information regarding how to request a payment plan.
Pay your debt in full or enter into a department-approved payment plan to resolve the tax debt.
Affected taxpayers will receive two letters notifying them of the department’s intent to post their information.
Failure to respond to these two letters may result in posting your information on the list.
Once posted, you may have your information removed by paying your debt in full or entering into a department-approved payment plan. We will remove your debt from the published list within 14 days of resolution of debt.
Contact us at the information listed above to discuss your situation.
Your debt should not be on the list while your bankruptcy is in progress.
Send an email to the department’s bankruptcy team at DOR.email@example.com and include your bankruptcy case number. Once the proper documentation is received and reviewed, the department will assist in removing your name from the list.
Contact us at the information listed above to provide us your active-duty military orders. Once the proper documentation is received and reviewed, the department will assist in removing your name from the list.
Debt that has been appealed in a timely manner should not be on the list. Contact us at the information listed above or on Revenue Online to inform us of an appeal. Once the proper documentation is received and reviewed, the department will assist in removing your name from the list.
No. While ORS 305.806 authorizes the department to post the debt and related taxpayer information on its website, any information contained in the department's system, including taxpayer information used by the department to administer this program, remains confidential and is exempt from public records disclosure.
Contact us at the information listed above and submit a copy of the death certificate. Once the proper documentation is received and reviewed, the department will assist in removing their name from the list.
You have unresolved delinquent tax debt and owe at least $50,000 to the department.
The department is authorized to publish the following information.
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