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Unpaid Taxes?

Slow Down… You Won't Get Your License or Car Registration Renewed If You Don't Pay Up!

The Motor Vehicle Administration, Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR), and the Comptroller are partnering to make sure that everyone pays their fair share. Effective June 1, 2011, state law requires that individuals and businesses that have unpaid, undisputed state tax liabilities and/or unpaid unemployment insurance contributions satisfy the debt(s) prior to renewing a Maryland driver's license or vehicle registration.

If you have unpaid taxes and are not already in an approved payment plan, you can request a payment arrangement online, by email at mvahold@comp.state.md.us, by calling the Comptroller's Collection Unit toll free at 855-213-6669, or in person at one of the Comptroller's 12 local branch offices. Please include your name, address, the last four digits of your Social Security Number, case number or notice number and your phone number in your e-mail message. This will help us generate a quick response to your inquiry.

If your business has unpaid unemployment insurance contributions and is not already in an approved payment plan, you can make payment arrangements by contacting DLLR at 410-767- 2699 or via email at licnrelease@dllr.state.md.us.

Don't let unpaid taxes slow you down!

For more important information on this new law and how you can pay your debt quickly, check out the links below.

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Links for Motor Vehicle License and Registration Nonrenewal
Tax Compliance Information
Individual Tax Compliance
What Happens if I Don't Pay
Motor Vehicle License and Registration Nonrenewal
  MVA License and Registration FAQs
  MVA Preguntas Frecuentes
 
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