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Las Vegas - On February 15, 2012, the Department of Taxation for State of Nevada published on its website that sales tax will begin to accrue immediately on complimentary meals (comps) given to casino …
Las Vegas - On February 15, 2012, the Department of Taxation for State of Nevada published on its website that sales tax will begin to accrue immediately on complimentary meals (comps) given to casino players. The authority for this directive was, among other things, based on NRS 372.060(3)(c).
Earlier this year the Department of Taxation began notifying Nevada casinos that they are required by law to pay sales tax on comps given to casino players and employees.
In a ground-breaking patent-pending process, Lamas may have solved the problem for casinos. “I’m sharing this with casinos in every State, that may eventually impose such tax.” The Duty-Comp has end players pay sales tax. The recipient pays, not the casino. While the idea may not be original, the process was never patented as a business method. Lamas’ idea, may be what legal experts refer to as “first to market”.
As jurisdictions nationwide look to fill budget gaps, proposals of this kind to collect sales tax may become more common, the Duty-Comp can solve the problem for casinos and help insure players aren’t denied comps’ due by casino’s wanting to reduce expenses.
R.A. Lamas, a publisher and entrepreneur, figured out a way to solve the casino tax burden. For more information, please visit http://www.dutycomp.com/
Randy Lamas, CEO
2375 East Tropicana Ave #156
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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