Delaware County repays Back Taxes


Delaware County was billed about $27,000 in back taxes after a review by the IRS revealed the county had not fully paid its 2007 taxes. The review, which took about a year to complete, showed that Delaware underpaid its 2007 federal taxes. In response, the county commissioners made out a check for $27,127 and paid the IRS from the county fund typically used to pay insurance deductibles.

According to the IRS review, the back taxes came about because in 2007, Delaware County under-reported its employee wages and taxable benefits under Medicare taxes by about $441,000 and under federal income taxes by about $62,000.

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