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S.F. No. 371 - Combined net receipts tax rate modification (as proposed to be amended by A-1)
 
Author: Senator Mark W. Koran
 
Prepared By: Nora Pollock, Senate Counsel (651/297-8066)
 
Date: February 5, 2019



 

The combined net receipts tax is imposed on the net receipts from the conduct of paper or electronic pull-tabs, tipboards, and electronic linked bingo. The tax is imposed at graduated rates to corresponding net receipt amounts. This bill reduces the tax rates:

  • from 9% to 6% in the first bracket;
  • from 18% to 12% in the second bracket;
  • from 27% to 18% in the third bracket; and
  • from 36% to 24% in the fourth bracket.

The bill reduces the base amounts that are added to each bracket before applying the corresponding reduced rate. The bill also strikes obsolete language pertaining to modifying the rates for the combined net receipts tax based on estimated revenue for fiscal year 2016.

Effective July 1, 2019.

 
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