Q: New York notice for additional sales tax owed plus interest and penalties going back to tax year 1999.
Operated a auto repair shop in NY in 1999. Had CPA do my taxes and paid what he said that I owed for sales tax tax for year 1999 which was around $500. Later got notice that I owed more than I had paid so I contacted CPA and he said he would take care of the issue. Had unfortunate events occur in my life, family break-up, had to close my business, and eventually in 2013 relocated to Fl where I have family so that I could put the past behind me and start over. I opened a bank account and shortly thereafter was advised that NY had frozen my account and confiscated all the money in my account. I thought that had taken care of the matter. I recently received notice from NY regarding how they now want in excess of $9000 with added on penalties and interest. Could an attorney help me get the NY tax folks to settle this for a compromised amount?
A: You are going to need a New York attorney. The fact that you may now be in Florida is immaterial. So ask in Justia > Ask a Lawyer > New York > Tax Law.
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