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Tennessee Dinosaurs Beware: No Paper Returns for Sales & Use Tax Beginning October 1, 2013

06.29.17
Taxes and tax returns are the bane of existence for many Tennessee restaurants, bars, hotels and venues. The high rate on Tennessee liquor taxes adds insult to injury.

We suspect that a new rule requiring electronic filing for sales tax returns will be like pouring salt in the wound for owners that have not embraced the digital revolution.

Starting October 1, 2013, the Tennessee Department of Revenue will no longer accept paper sales and use tax returns. Your check will no longer be welcome. All sales and use returns must be filed electronically and paid for electronically.

We expect the digital requirement to apply to Tennessee liquor-by-the-drink taxes in the very near future.

More details are at the link: Revenue Electronic Sales Use Filing Requirements (00941519).

Billy Joel captures the sentiment in his 1977 hit "Movin' Out"

You can pay Uncle Sam with overtime
Is that all you get for your money?


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