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What Happens if I've Received Notice of A License Revocation?

Vendors must have a sales and use tax license to make taxable sales. Most vendors need the license to stay in business.  If you have an outstanding business tax liability or are delinquent in filing and paying returns you may be required to show cause as to why your sales and use tax license should not be revoked.  If you fail to appear for the hearing or fail to make arrangements to clear up back taxes, the license will be revoked. 



 
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