State Empties Enfield Woman’s Bank Accounts (Avoid That, And Penalties, With Tax Amnesty Program)

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This weekend’s Bottom Line column:

The only thing worse than taxes owed is taxes owed that you can’t afford to pay.

Gina Sullivan, who says her unemployed husband and two teenage boys were living paycheck-to-paycheck this summer in Enfield, made only token payments on her back taxes but not enough to satisfy the state.

Guess who won this tug-o’-taxes? The state, of course, with an emphatic liquidation in mid-August of two family bank accounts.

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