Alaska Statutes.
Title 5. Amusements and Sports
Chapter 15. Games of Chance and Contests of Skill
Section 83. Reports to Department By Operators.
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AS 05.15.083. Reports to Department By Operators.

(a) An operator shall file a report with the department by the last business day of the month following each calendar quarter in which an activity was conducted. The report must include, for each authorizing permittee on whose behalf an activity was conducted during the quarter, the date and location of each activity, the type of activity conducted, the amount of gross receipts, the amount of authorized expenses, the value of prizes awarded, the amount of net proceeds paid, and other information the department may require; a completed Internal Revenue Service Form 941; and a copy of the operator's employer contributions and wage reports submitted to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development for the quarter. However, if the only activity conducted by an operator during the calendar quarter is a raffle or lottery, then the operator is not required to file a report under this subsection until the raffle or lottery is completed.

(b) An operator shall file an annual report with the department no later than February 28 of the year following the year in which activities were conducted. The report must include, for each authorizing permittee on whose behalf an activity was conducted, the types of activities conducted, the total amount of gross receipts, the total amount of authorized expenses, the total value of prizes awarded, and the total amount of net proceeds paid to each authorizing permittee. The annual report must also include a completed Internal Revenue Service Form W-2 for each person employed by the operator during the preceding year.

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