We are going to discuss charging your customer sales tax after the sales transaction has been completed. There are multiple options available to you if you discover that you didn’t charge sales tax correctly. Check out the video below.
There are several things you can do after discovering that sales tax was not charged correctly, which normally occurs after an audit.
In Texas, business owners can pay the deficiency or request that the customer reimburse them for the sales tax. The sales tax is the debt of the purchaser.
Requesting reimbursement can be tricky because not everyone will reimburse you and it can sour business relationships.
It is best to charge the correct sales tax upfront to avoid these issues.
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