COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCBD) — State officials have released the names of hundreds of South Carolina businesses and individuals that are delinquent on their taxes.

Many local businesses made the list of being delinquent in taxes. The businesses are listed in the table below, in order of amount of money owed.

Davis Enterprise Corp of Darlington A1972 Harry Byrd HighwayDarlington$695,670.89
Todds Best Exterminating Company IncPO Box 985Myrtle Beach$556,369.14
Waccamaw Convenience IncPO Box 280Aynor$444,429.92
Cigar Room3021 Whippoorwill RoadEffingham$397,351.38
Craigs Used Cars LLC1011 A S Cashua DriveFlorence $374,475.59
SC Variety Inc107 Highway 301 SDillon$320,044.63
Sobota LLC2180 Plantation CircleLittle River$292,317.24
Merit Rental Services MYR INC1251 Highway 501Myrtle Beach$266,746.39
Caroliana Medcare Inc212 E Rice StreetLatta$265,381.73
Donjohn Inc3135 Fred Nash BoulevardMyrtle Beach$263,072.16
Platinum Quality Distributors, LLCPO Box 1096Marion$262,698.58
WFOI LLC412 32nd Avenue NorthNorth Myrtle Beach$235,667.57
R J Enterprises of SC INC1509 Harlow CourtMyrtle Beach$199,114.44
Conway Hospitality2376 E Highway 501Conway$175,902.30
Supremes LLC6424 E Highway 76Mullins$164,584.74
Tobacco City Cigar Manufacturing LLC2229 Highway 17Little River$155,690.47
ABK INC813 Radford Boulevard Suite BDillon$152,347.78
Pure Ultra Club LLC803 Main StreetMyrtle Beach$135,143.46
Preston’s Automotive Repair LLC1281 Malibu LaneMyrtle Beach$134,441.83
Travel Center Partners INCPO Box 15021Surfside Beach$131,313.18
Parklane Enterprises INC201 W Carolina AvenueHartsville$121,000.07
Popular Sportsman Club3701 Highway 90Longs$108,221.13
Coastal Dining One INCPO Box 50460Myrtle Beach$106,140.24
Clean Space of the Carolinas INC322 Bush DriveMyrtle Beach$104,258.18
Carolina Cars LLC1623 W Lucas StreetFlorence$103,681.53
Source: South Carolina Department of Revenue

News13 tried to reach out to Davis Enterprise Corp. of Darlington A for comment since it was in the state’s top 10 for most owed, but the business’ status on the South Carolina Secretary of State’s website is listed as “Forfeited.”

According to the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR), the state’s top delinquent taxpayers paid the state more than $8.5 million in 2021, including $7.15 million in lien payments and $1.37 million in pay plan payments. Of that, $5.85 million was paid by businesses and $2.68 million was paid by individuals.

Each year, SCDOR publicly lists the state’s top 250 individual and top 250 business tax debtors in order to provide “transparency, fairness, and accountability.” Now in its second year, the Top Delinquent Taxpayers Program has netted more than $17 million in money previously owed to the state.

“Tax revenues are essential to the financial well-being of our state,” SCDOR Director Powell said in the written announcement. “When noncompliant taxpayers don’t pay their fair share, the tax burden unfairly shifts to the compliant taxpayers. We are all in this state together, so it is important to hold delinquent taxpayers accountable.”

The individuals and businesses listed now collectively owe the state more than $104 million in taxes. Individual debts range from $72,500 to $2.7 million, while businesses debts range from $103,681 to $2.7 million. Five individuals and six business tax debtors owe more than $1 million.

SCDOR notes that prior to names being published, the department sends letters, calls and makes personal contact with the taxpayers multiple times in an effort to get them to comply.

Those who have filed for bankruptcy protection, have payment arrangements, or are part of SCDOR’s GEAR or Setoff Debt programs are not included on the lists.