The Ohio Department of Taxation has collected approximately $63 million in delinquent taxes previously owed to the state, which is more than six times the initial goal set.

The six-week 2006 Ohio Tax Amnesty Program ran through Feb. 15, 2006. During that period, the department offered amnesty to eligible taxpayers -- individuals and businesses that had unreported or underreported tax delinquencies. Taxpayers were able to submit payments for qualifying tax delinquencies with no penalties and one-half of the interest charges.

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