There are only a few weeks left for individuals and businesses to take advantage of Rhode Island’s Tax Amnesty program, a way for delinquent taxpayers to save money on penalties and interest payment and avoid possible further action from the state.

For the state, it is a way to collect some of the more than 110 million owed in back taxes by individuals and businesses.

Paul Grimaldi, Public Relations officer for the Rhode Island Department of Revenue, joined me on this edition of The Open Forum on AM 1540 WADK Newport.

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