Tax Division extends hours for tax amnesty program

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s tax amnesty program, which promises a clean slate to the state’s tax delinquents, has generated $7.83 million and drawn 3,230 applications since it was launched on Sept. 2, Tax Administrator David M. Sullivan said Friday. To accommodate the increased volume of the program, which ends in two weeks on Nov. 15,…

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