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[eBook]: Your Guide to Surviving a Sales Tax Audit at Your Bar

Posted by Ian Foster on Mar 13, 2018 11:20:41 AM

In Bar Management, Resources

[eBook]: Your Guide to Surviving a Sales Tax Audit at Your Bar

If you are unfortunate enough to go through a sales tax audit of your bar operations, you’ll be required to pay sales tax on drinks you never sold.

If your bartenders stole or gave-away any drinks, you’ll be required to pay extra sales taxes. And when your bartenders over-pour, which almost all do, you’ll be required to pay extra sales taxes.low-resolution.png

That’s because the tax audit process is so imprecise and arbitrary that it falsely identifies theft and over-pouring as under-reported sales. In effect, the tax process will conclude that you cheated on your taxes. And as a result, you’ll be assessed taxes on drinks you never sold – plus interest and penalties for cheating. Bar owners who honestly reported and paid their sales taxes are facing huge tax bills that threaten to put them out of business.

In this eBook, we will explain how a sales tax audit works, then show you how you can appeal an unfair tax audit and WIN. Read More>>

Your guide to surviving a sales tax audit at your bar