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Texas mixed beverage tax audits have nothing to do with what actually happened during the audit period and everything to do with what you can prove happened. All the variables necessary in the calculation must be documented correctly by you, the taxpayer and analyzed properly by the auditor, or you will be assessed additional tax. This presents a couple of problems.

  • Many operational decisions that are made by owners, operators, general managers and even bartenders can impact any one of the variables used in the audit and create tax due.
  • Auditors consistently make mathematical and analytical errors that cause large audit assessments.
 

THE BURDEN OF PROOF IS ON YOU.
FIND OUT WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.

Between your burden to document and prove every data point in an audit along with poorly trained and careless auditors, it’s not hard to imagine how a Mixed Beverage tax audit can be wrong. Unfortunately, the burden to prove that the audit is in error is on you, the taxpayer. And, in many cases the assessments are detrimental to the business.

Download and read our “Understanding Texas Mixed Beverage Tax Audits” guide for more information about your audit.

Compliance Training for
Mixed Beverage Permit Holders

For years, clients have said to us “I didn’t know I was supposed to keep track of that” or “I had no idea that was important”.  After years of hearing clients tell us this, we realized that they desperately needed help learning how to appropriately document the different aspects of their business that are vitally important to an accurate Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts Tax Audit. That’s why we’ve developed training for your team that will teach them the different aspects of the Mixed Beverage Tax Audit.  This training teaches them what to do, why to do it and how it benefits the company during an audit.

Mixed Beverage Tax Training:
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO STAY OUT OF TROUBLE

    • What is a Mixed Beverage Audit? How can it affect me and what can I do to avoid paying additional tax?
    • How to implement Internal Controls and Operational Processes that minimize additional tax due as a result of a Mixed Beverage Audit.
    • How to defend yourself during a Mixed Beverage Tax Audit
  1. Recently, one General Manager who attended my training said to me at the end: “I’ve been in this business for over 20 years. This is the first I’ve heard of this and other people in the industry don’t do this.” It makes me wonder how many dollars have been paid on Mixed Beverage Tax Audits that were not due, simply because the taxpayer couldn’t support the differing variables used in an audit.
    Contact us to schedule a training tailored to your company and your team.