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Tax records to determine who gets Tenn. business pandemic aid. Are your filings up to date?

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne)  --  Gov. Bill Lee said this week the state will begin paying out $200 million in pandemic relief aid to Tennessee businesses early next month.

During a press briefing Tuesday, Gov. Lee urged business owners to make sure their tax records with the state are up to date. Payouts will be calculated based on existing tax records, not by application.

The program is designed to reimburse businesses for costs incurred as a result of mandatory pandemic closures. State officials say they expect some 28,000 Tennessee businesses to qualify.

You can update your tax records online beginning at TN.gov/revenue.

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