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Frequently Asked Questions About Admissions and Amusement Tax

2 - Does this include the sales and use tax?

If the gross receipts are subject to both taxes, as in the rental of sporting equipment, the rate of the admissions and amusement tax is limited to 5 percent.



 
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  q1 - How is the admissions and amusement tax imposed?
  q2 - Does this include the sales and use tax?
  q3 - How do I find out what rates apply to what activities?
  q4 - Do I have to make a separate charge for the admissions and amusement tax?
  q5 - Does the way in which I show the tax affect my remittance?
  q6 - Can you give me an example of computing the tax on a tax-included basis?
  q7 - What do I do if I'm presented with a tax exemption certificate?
  q8 - Are deductions permitted for prizes, cost of goods sold or other expenses?
  q9 - How are reduced charges or free admissions taxed?
  q10 - Does the 10 percent limit on the rate of tax also limit the additional tax on reduced charge or free admissions?
  q11 - Do I have to file a return even if I have no taxable receipts?
  q12 - What should I remember if I operate a lottery terminal?
  q13 - What should facility owners keep in mind?
  q14 - What should I keep in mind about correspondence?
  q15 - How do I change the name of my business for my tax records?
 
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