Houston Texas Liquor License Revocation and sales tax
By: Mansoor Ansari Attorney at Law
If you have unpaid, under reported, or uncollected sales tax that is due to the state of Texas, then, your Texas Liquor License will be revoked. In a recent case, an honest client made a very honest mistake. As his profits began to dwindle during the recession, he fired his accountant. He then began filing his own sales tax returns for the business http://comptroller.texas.gov/taxinfo/taxforms/01-117.pdf forms on a monthly basis.
Two days before his liquor license renewal, he was contacted by the Comptroller and was told that he was about $20,000.00 short on his sales tax deposits over the last four years. As a result, his license was suspended and he was forced to closed down his business for the next two days. He hired our firm to get his sales tax account straightened out with the Comptroller. It was a great achievement for our firm as well as the client, when two days later, we scanned a copy of the new liquor license to our client’s place of business.
We will fight your battle face-to-face with the State sales tax department to get your Liquor License back on your wall and put you back in business!
Mansoor Ansari J.D., LL.M. (TAX)
Houston Texas Liquore License Revocation and sales tax