Two Marina del Rey residents owe the State of California a combined total of about $3.25 million in back taxes, according to an April 13 report by the Franchise Tax Board.
William and Rachel Cutler owe $260,253 and Jeffery Kurland, CEO of Managed Emergency Care, owes just under $3 million.
The tax board informed these individuals, among the 500 top tax delinquents, in November 2011 of their outstanding liabilities. About 90 percent of Californians pay taxes, and those that don’t contribute to a tax gap of about $10 billion.
Delinquencies must total over $100,000 to make the top 500 offenders list, and the tax board has recovered over $118 million in revenue since the program’s inception in 2007.
Beginning July 1, a taxpayer’s inclusion on the top 500 list may cause denial of business permits, driver’s license and professional licenses.
Tax liabilities under appeal, in litigation, or in bankruptcy proceedings are not included on the list.
The tax board is asking people who may have any information on the delinquent taxpayers to contact 888-426-8555 during regular business hours.