Ruff Ryders Imprint Cited As One Of New York City's Greatest Tax Offenders

posted September 18, 2011 10:53:00 AM CDT | 13 comments

Ruff Ryders Imprint Cited As One Of New York City's Greatest Tax Offenders

The Yonkers-based label reportedly owes more than $1 million for covering the city with posters.

Ruff Ryders has been cited as one of New York City, New York’s greatest tax offenders, according to NY Daily News.

Finance Commissioner David Frankel recently announced intentions to aggressively collect from the imprint, which owes more than $1 million for plastering the city with 3,400 illegal posters. Additional offenders include “Spanish Raymond” Marquez ($1.6 million), Global Network Communications ($2.9 million) and businessman Raziel Ofer ($3.7 million), while overall unpaid taxes amount to $1.8 billion.

Ruff Ryders, which launched the careers of DMX, Eve and Swizz Beatz, recently announced that it will release a new compilation on October 18th.

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