More than 200 businesses across Pennsylvania owe the state a combined $6.8 million in delinquent taxes, state Department of Revenue Secretary Thomas W. Wolf said last week in a statement.
Five businesses from Cumberland County are on the list and six operate in Dauphin County, according to Wolf’s office.
There are six businesses on the list from Lancaster County, one from Lebanon County and 10 from York County, according to the list.
The department posts delinquent businesses on its Web site: http://www.revenue.state.pa.us/
The department added 36 businesses to the list this month.
Since the list went up in 2006, 63 percent of the businesses that appeared on the list have paid their taxes or have signed up for deferred payment plans, according to the department.
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