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Kevin Sweeney is an experienced tax attorney and former federal prosecutor who specializes in defending clients in civil and criminal tax controversy and litigation matters. He focuses on high-stakes IRS audits, civil tax ...
In recent years, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (“Department”) has become increasingly aggressive in auditing restaurants for the underpayment of sales tax. By taking proactive measures and understanding the audit landscape, restaurants can set themselves up to successfully defend against the potential consequences.
Keep “Auditable” Records
Many restaurants keep sales ledgers showing cash and credit totals of taxable and non-taxable sales (e.g., alcohol) and tips for each day. This may be enough for their accountants to file sales tax returns, but not for ...