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Los Gatos Delinquent Taxpayers Named

Noelle Austin and Los Gatos Chevrolet owe the government close to $1 million in unpaid taxes, the California Board of Equalization says.

The California Board of Equalization has released its latest list of delinquent taxpayers. Courtesy BOE
The California Board of Equalization has released its latest list of delinquent taxpayers. Courtesy BOE

Two Los Gatos entities have ended up on the naughty list issued quarterly by the California Board of Equalization owing the government close to $1 million combined in delinquent use and sales taxes.

They are:

  • Noelle Austin, 205 Forrester Rd., first lien issued July 8, 2004, owes $491,415.77
  • Los Gatos Chevrolet, LLC, 15600 Los Gatos Blvd., first lien issued June 11, 2009, owes $454,221.14


The agency is required by law to post the information every quarter, removing amounts that are being addressed through payment arrangement, bankruptcy, litigation, or appeal.

Each taxpayer is notified 30 days before their information is posted.

Since 2007, the agency has received $9.93 million from 117 qualifying taxpayers who came to pay their debts: 97 through installment payment agreements and 20 have paid their debt in full, the BOE said in a news release.

Taxpayers can request that any full or partial payments be posted on the list.

An interactive map displays location, account name, and amount owed by delinquent taxpayers.

If taxpayers' information has been posted in error, or they have questions about the list, they're urged to call the BOE at 916-323-8624.

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Marilyn Leonard December 05, 2013 at 04:37 PM
Embarrassing! Bad enough to owe this money, but horrible to have it publicized.

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