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Friday, January 11, 2013

Deadline Extended for Groups to File Small Games of Chance Reports

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Friday, January 11, 2013
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Deadline Extended for Groups to File Small Games of Chance Reports

The deadline for nonprofit organizations and charities to submit annual and semi-annual reports as part of the updated Small Games of Chance Act has been extended for a year. Licensees now have until Feb. 1, 2014, to submit the reports to the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue as required by Act 2 of 2012.

Under the law, eligible organizations with proceeds in excess of $2,500 in a year will be required to file the reports electronically in 2014 for the preceding calendar year. Some of the required information includes the number of W-2G forms issued, the total gross winnings reported on W-2G forms, total prizes paid, and the amount of proceeds used for public interest purposes.

The delay in the reporting deadline applies only to the annual and semi-annual reports. Licensees are required to continue to maintain other records as outlined in the law. For more information, visit the Department of Revenue’s website, or call 717-787-8275.


Anonymous said...

Hey Marty, are you in favor of outsourcing the PA lottery? I think maybe we ought to outsource you and the rest of your kind!

Anonymous said...

This guy needs to go.

Anonymous said...

Marty Causer is the one that got the ball rolling on looking into how much money the lottery has. Then he and his rethuglican cronies voted to take 30% of it.

Anonymous said...

Hey Marty, how about all of the seniors that the lottery proceeds helps ?