BETH DEFALCO nypost.com The state is putting the brakes on tax scofflaws. Gov. Cuomo plans to announce a program today that allows New York to suspend the driver’s licenses of taxpayers who owe more than $10,000, The Post has learned. The state estimates it will recoup $26 million this fiscal year and about $6 million a year in future years. The first round of suspension notices are being sent to 16,000 tax delinquents, who have 60 days to pay the bill or make satisfactory arrangements to cough up the money. Otherwise, they’ll find themselves walking or taking buses and subways. to read more click here: nypost.com
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