2 Eagan residents accused of failing to pay sales tax

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January 15, 2019 11:55 AM

Two Eagan residents have been charged with four counts each of filing fraudulent tax returns and four counts each of failure to pay sales tax, according to the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

A release from the MDR states the Dakota County Attorney's office recently filed the charges against Kehui Yang and Qiuyun Huang.


Shogun Burnsville, Inc. - a restaurant the two are said to have owned and operated - is also charged with four counts of aiding in the filing of false tax returns and four counts of failure to pay sales tax.

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The release alleges the two intentionally used sales suppression software on their point of sale system to remove thousands of line items from sales receipts in an effort to underreport their monthly sales and underpay sales tax from March 2014 to June 2017.

According to the release, they are accused of depriving the state of nearly $43,000 in sales tax revenue.

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