§ 28-40-6.2. Set-off for delinquent income taxes.
(a) If the tax administrator determines a person has neglected or refused to pay personal income taxes as defined in chapter 30 of title 44, the tax administrator shall notify the director of labor and training of the delinquency. The director, upon certification of the amount of tax delinquency by the tax administrator, shall set off the amount of the tax delinquency against any temporary disability insurance tax refund due that person and shall forward that amount to the tax administrator.
(b) The tax administrator may not seek such a set-off unless a delinquency determination for the personal income tax has first been directed to the person. Provided, further, that if a person assessed a delinquency determination for the personal income tax has requested a hearing within the statutory period, no request for set off may be made while the matter is pending in hearing or any appeal from the hearing.
(P.L. 2003, ch. 376, art. 32, § 1.)