12/13/2021 - $10,000 Fine For Eating Lunch in California?
Most of the businesses I talk to think that there's got to be some way out of getting audited under SB-1383. Or, that they're going to be able to get the fines waived. But, that doesn't happen. Audits are mandatory, and all fines are mandatory
I was wondering, how do I illustrate the cost of SB-1383 on your business? Being in California I thought what's a better way to illustrate than In n' Out, a California institution that most of us know and love.
In this video, I'm going to eat this meal and then I'm going to show you how this meal can cost you under SB-1383. The good news is that, while the fines are mandatory the auditor has discretion as to how much he's going to fine you. It can be as little as $50 per infraction and as high as $500 per infraction (note to self, be nice to the auditor).