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State closes Shilling Electric Co. for not paying state sales tax

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									Office of the Secretary                                                              phone: 785-296-0671
915 SW Harrison St.                                                                     fax: 785-368-8392
Topeka, KS 66612                                                        Jeannine_Koranda@kdor.state.ks.us
                                                                                       www.ksrevenue.org

Nick Jordan, Secretary               Department of Revenue                   Sam Brownback, Governor
Jeannine Koranda, P.I.O


              State closes Shilling Electric Co. for not paying state sales tax

Feb. 7, 2011

TOPEKA – Monday morning, Kansas Department of Revenue agents and the Leavenworth
County Sherriff’s Office seized the business assets of Shilling Electric Co. Inc., which owed
$105,435 in sales taxes.

Officers seized all known bank accounts, on-site cash, business inventory and personal property
assets belonging to owners Roger and Phyllis Shilling. The business, at 511 E. Fourth St.,
Tonganoxie, was sealed closed and the assets will be sold at public auction to pay for the taxes
owed.

Warrant execution occurs when all other collection attempts, including multiple letters,
telephone calls, letters of impending legal action, tax liens filed with the local District Court to
secure the debt, previous bank levies and on-site till taps are executed to bring the taxpayer into
compliance have been exhausted.

Only after several unsuccessful attempts does the department take the action of seizing assets,
which in this instance resulted in the business being closed.

The KDOR's standard practice is to continually encourage delinquent taxpayers, who are not
lawfully filing or paying taxes - such as sales or withholding - to voluntarily enter into a
repayment agreement.

Tax Warrants:

Sales Tax: Case#2010ST96– Leavenworth County- Jan. 2009-Jan. 2010 - $19,285.35

Sales Tax: Case# 2009ST195– Leavenworth County – Jan. 2005-Dec. 2008 - $76,095.75

Sales Tax: Case#2011ST32 - Leavenworth County - Feb. 2010-April 2010 - $3,326.56

Sales Tax: Case#2011ST31 - Leavenworth County - May 2010- Oct. 2010 - $6,727.63

Amount owed: $105,435.29

								
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