Just in time for tax day, the state has issued a list of the 500 people who owe the most in state income tax.
High on the list is Pacifica In-Home Solutions of Los Alamitos. Pacifica provides home health services for the elderly and disabled. Lisa Carolyn Dickenson is the company's CEO.
According to the Franchise Tax Board, Pacifica owes a little over $522,000 in state income taxes.
A lien was filed on the company Nov. 9, 2011.
Last year the legislature gave the FTB more power and required them to publish more tax delinquents twice a year. The boards new powers include the ability to request that other states help collect California's income tax debts.
The board can now release the professions and professional license numbers of tax delinquents, too.
Here are other offenders from Patch cities in Orange County:Delinquent
City Amount Owed Lien Date Daniel M. Young Laguna Niguel $344,197.24 01/13/2010 Helene Lederman Laguna Beach $318,504.98 12/18/2009 Gerald L. Carroll Laguna Beach $279,692.59 12/23/2011 Kurt Dunteman Lake Forest $171,442.24 10/09/2009 Dave R. Wong Newport Beach $329,412.74 12/18/2009 James P. & Nancy L. Baldwin Newport Beach $325,137.52 07/15/2011 Vicktor Grauaug Newport Beach $244,153.37 05/20/2003 Donald A. & Christine A. Wattson Corona Del Mar $406,100.45 09/27/2011 Thuan D. & Susie T. Phan Dana Point $154,843.35 12/03/2008