I was one payment late on my Texas web filing taxes for my boutique. We shut the boutique down
3 attorney answers
If you had it listed under a limited liability entity which is no longer un business, it may be better to let them try to collect whatever they can against it.
It is possible you may not have noted on your last filed return that it was a "final" return. Not enough facts provided for any additional comment - suggest you call Comptroller office if further explanation needed.
This information is provided for educational purposes only, and is not to be relied upon as legal advice. You should consult with an attorney with full disclosure of all facts and opportunity to consider all or alternative options.
The legal analysis would start with a review of your paperwork concerning taxes for your boutique, and then extend to your legal arrangements for your boutique, and then to whatever communications have occurred. Without reviewing your documents, an attorney cannot properly evaluate your legal circumstances.