Owe taxes to the state of Kansas? This would be a good time to take care of that.
Starting Tuesday, the state is waiving interest and penalties on unpaid taxes, including income and sales taxes, if paid in full by Oct. 15.
The amnesty program is available to Kansas taxpayers who owe individual and business tax debt that accrued before Dec. 31, 2013, according to the state Revenue Department.
The Legislature approved the program in the 2015 session. Officials estimated it could bring in as much as $30 million.
“This is a limited-time offer aimed at helping Kansans get out of tax debt with the state,” Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan said in a statement.