TOPEKA (KSNT) – Three Mexican-style eating places in Clay Middle, Wamego and Manhattan had been quickly closed by the Kansas Division of Income for nonpayment of retail gross sales tax on Tuesday.
In keeping with the KDOR, the three eating places that had tax warrants executed in opposition to them had been Viva La Fiesta of Wamego Mexican Cantina Inc., La Fiesta of Manhattan Inc. and Viva La Fiesta Mexican Cantina Inc. in Clay Middle. All three areas are listed as belonging to Juan C. Hernandez and Guillermo Hernandez.
Every location was visited by KDOR brokers and native regulation enforcement for nonpayment of retail gross sales on Sept. 20. The entire quantity of the retail gross sales owed was:
- $27,273.93 – Viva La Fiesta of Wamego Mexican Cantina Inc.
- $21,461.59 – La Fiesta of Manhattan Inc.
- $14,326.07 – Viva La Fiesta Mexican Cantina Inc.
The entire quantity of retail gross sales owed to KDOR was $63,061.59. The KDOR seized property together with recognized financial institution accounts, on-site money, enterprise stock together with private property belonging to the proprietor.
Nonetheless, these eating places had been solely closed quickly. Aubrey Challquist, KDOR Taxation Communications & SharePoint Supervisor, informed 27 Information all three areas at the moment are open as of Sept. 22. She stated that the keys had been handed again to the homeowners after an appropriate cost settlement was reached.