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State updates tax delinquency list

The Minnesota Department of Revenue has updated its online posting of Minnesota businesses prohibited from purchasing liquor, beer or wine to resell.

The Minnesota Department of Revenue has updated its online posting of Minnesota businesses prohibited from purchasing liquor, beer or wine to resell.

The department updates the list each month to reflect companies that have failed to pay taxes to the state.

The department posts a list of active liquor establishments that owe delinquent state taxes and therefore are prohibited from purchasing alcoholic beverages to resell. Distributors are prohibited from sale or delivery to listed businesses. Once a business pays taxes owed, it is removed from the list within two business days.

Businesses on the list have delinquent taxes in any of the following categories: sales, withholding, partnership, S corporations and corporate. Minnesota sales and withholding taxes are "trust taxes" in that customers or employees pay these taxes with the expectation that businesses will remit them to the state on their behalf. It cannot be used by a business as additional operating capital or for any other purpose.

Go to www.revenue.state.mn.us/businesses to view the list and click on the "Tax Delinquencies List" tab.

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