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And the Envelope Please…Oscars Not Alone in Accounting Problems: Tennessee Revenue Partially Shut Down for Liquor License Holders
Bone McAllester paralegal extraordinaire, Jennifer Maxey, tells us that the Tennessee Department of Revenue will not process new registrations for sales tax numbers, known as Certificates of Registration, until March 6, 2017. Apparently, Revenue is the lucky recipient of a computer upgrade.
We understand that as long as a liquor license holder already has a sales tax number, Revenue can accept a new liquor-by-the-drink bond or bond rider. Distilleries, wineries and breweries can also register new brands, as long as they already have a certificate of registration.
Original author: William T. Cheek III
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