If your organization is registered with the Minnesota Department of Revenue to file a return and pay lawful gambling tax and you don’t, you'll receive up to two demand to file letters.
If you don’t respond to these letters, we'll create a bill based on our distributor inventory records for all unreported games. The bill will include additional taxes and fees, as well as any penalty and interest assessments.
If you don’t respond to the commissioner filed return or the order of assessment, you'll be referred to our collection division.
If you fail to file tax returns for a period of three months, you’ll be referred to the Gambling Control Board for disciplinary action. This disciplinary action may be a fine or the suspension or revocation of their license to conduct lawful gambling.