FTB Accounts Receivable Management Division Chief Jennifer Fowler

FTB Accounts Receivable Management Division Chief Jennifer Fowler

Jennifer Fowler, Chief, Accounts Receivable Management Division

Jennifer is responsible for collection program policy and operations which includes all aspects of individual, business, and nontax Court-Ordered Debt, Interagency Intercept, and Vehicle Registration collection programs.

Jennifer has worked for FTB since 1988. She began her career in the Filing program. Since that time she has held a variety of positions in the Filing and Accounts Receivable Management Divisions. Jennifer has led and managed large collection programs directing the recovery of delinquent business entity taxes, personal income taxes, and all nontax debts (referred from 400 state and local agencies) recovering over $800 million annually to support needed services provided from the California General and Special Fund.

As the Chief of the Accounts Receivable Management Division, Jennifer supports innovative technology that makes doing business with the State of California easier and will maintain a customer centric focus by addressing issues from the practitioner and taxpayer community. Jennifer graduated from both the California State University Sacramento (CSUS) Leadership for Government Executives and Management Development Program (MDP). She continues to pursue her Organizational Communication Bachelor of Arts degree from CSUS.

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As an American I advocate a republic form of government, self-reliance, and adherence to the basic philosophy of the founding fathers and the founding documents, I ONLY respect those who respect and "HONOR" their honor. No exceptions!
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