NY Hits Tech Retailer B&H With Tax Dodge Suit Over Rebates

Law360 (November 14, 2019, 1:36 PM EST) -- New York Attorney General Letitia James accused the largest non-chain photo and video equipment retailer in the country of shortchanging the state on sales tax for more than a decade in a New York False Claims Act lawsuit filed in state court on Thursday.

B&H, which operates its one photo and video equipment store at 420 Ninth Avenue in Manhattan, denied the New York attorney general's allegations that the company cheated the state out of at least $7.3 million in sales taxes over more than a decade. (Getty) The government claims B&H Foto & Electronics Corp. "intentionally underpaid sales tax on...

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