A handful of Southborough residents may get a second chance to make things right with Uncle Sam thanks to the state’s newly-finalized tax amnesty program.
According to the Boston Globe, eight Southborough individuals or businesses owed at least $25,000 in back taxes as of August of last year. Any of the delinquents that are businesses are out of luck, though, as the amnesty program applies only to personal taxes.
What town in Massachusetts has the highest per capita tax delinquency according to the Globe? The town of Washington in western Mass. You can’t make this stuff up, folks.