Sales Tax Representation
Do you live in fear of state action because your business owes past sales taxes? Are you afraid of losing your business, home, or other assets because you can’t pay the amount owed?
If you owe back sales taxes, the consequences can be severe. Not only will the state shut down your business, but it can also hold you and others personally liable for the debt—meaning that everything from your bank and investment accounts to your personal property can be seized.
Key Tax Group offers comprehensive sales tax debt solutions
Because of the serious repercussions of owing past sales taxes, it is important that you contact an experienced tax professional immediately to protect your personal interests and business from state actions. Our dedicated team of tax lawyers, enrolled agents, and support staff are knowledgeable about the constantly changing state tax laws as well as the resolution process, allowing us to offer our clients comprehensive solutions to their sales tax debt.
At Key Tax Group, we first check and double-check to make sure that the fees charged against you are legitimate. For example, did you know that state assessments are often mistakenly made based on the square footage of the business, instead of the actual amount of debt owed? We will review the charges assessed against you to ensure that they are warranted.
From there, we act quickly to stop the state taxing authority from shutting down your business. Even if a business is closed and no longer operating, the states have the authority to hold all owners and co-owners of the business personally responsible for these tax debts. If the business is already closed and the debt personally assessed, we will work with the client to establish a resolution.
Protect your business, and yourself, with the tax professionals at Key Tax Group
If your business owes back sales taxes, don’t wait until the state takes action: Contact Key Tax Group today to get started on a comprehensive sales tax debt solution. We represent clients with civil cases regarding sales tax on an open or closed business. We also accept criminal cases in Florida on a case-by-case basis. For more information, please contact our office today for your free initial consultation.