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Menard operates home improvement retail stores in Minnesota and other Midwestern states under the name of Menards, including this store at 2005 University Ave. in St. Paul. (Photo: CoStar)
Menard operates home improvement retail stores in Minnesota and other Midwestern states under the name of Menards, including this store at 2005 University Ave. in St. Paul. (Photo: CoStar)

Retailer can’t claim tax offset based on uncollectible debts

The Minnesota Supreme Court recently ruled that a large home improvement retailer cannot claim a sales tax offset based on uncollectible debts from purchases made on its private label credit card.

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