Why was I served with a Tax Warrant?

Tax warrants are filed by the Kansas Department of Revenue for recovery of delinquent tax obligations. If any tax due to the State of Kansas is not paid within 60 days after it becomes due, the Director of Revenue or their designee issues a warrant.

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1. Why was I served with a Tax Warrant?
2. Why is a Tax Warrant filed with the District Court?
3. What methods does the Director of Revenue use to collect the taxes due?
4. I received a “Satisfaction of Judgment” from the Kansas Department of Revenue, what should do with it?
5. Why do I have to pay a fee for filing the “Satisfaction of Judgment” of a tax warrant?
6. What should I do if a Tax Warrant shows up on my credit report?