This is the final post in a series of blog posts about changes to Nevada’s Live Entertainment Tax.
Perhaps the biggest area of remaining debate is whether or not associated fees or “service...more
This is the second post in a series of blog posts about changes to Nevada’s Live Entertainment Tax.
Exceptions and Exemptions -
The new LET includes some new exceptions as well. The tax is no longer imposed on...more
To raise revenue and address its struggling K–12 education system, Nevada legislators made several major changes to the state’s tax structure in 2015. These include introduction of the Commerce Tax, which is a gross revenue...more
Procedural and Administrative Changes and Clarifications -
A key administrative change effected by AB40 is to change the name of the “State Gaming Control Board” to the “Nevada Gaming Control Board.”...more
Extending the Reach of Nevada’s Gaming Regulation: SB38, SB40 and SB409 -
Senate Bill 38 extends the reach of the Board to a new category of licensees, to nightclubs and day clubs that are located on the...more
Recently enrolled Nevada Senate Bill 266 makes sweeping changes to the tax on live entertainment in Nevada pursuant to NRS 368A. Under the newly enacted provisions, an excise tax is imposed on admission charges to facilities...more
Nevada Legislature Considers Changes Critical to Gaming Industry -
In the 2013 Nevada legislative session, the Nevada Legislature is considering a number of key legislative changes that would impact the gaming industry....more
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