Alaska Statutes.
Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 75. Fisheries Business License and Taxes
Section 110. Duty of Taxpayer and Payment of Tax.
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AS 43.75.110. Duty of Taxpayer and Payment of Tax.

A person subject to taxes under AS 43.75.100 shall make a return stating the value of fisheries resources taken, purchased, or otherwise acquired during the license year for sale to fisheries businesses outside of the taxing jurisdiction of the state computed as required by AS 43.75.100 , and other information to carry out the provisions of AS 43.75.100 as may be prescribed by the department. The return must contain the license number and must be signed by the taxpayer or an authorized agent, under penalty of unsworn falsification in the second degree. If a receiver, trustee, or assign is operating the property or business, that person shall make the return for the person. A tax due on the basis of such return shall be collected in the same manner as if collected from the person of whose business the receiver, trustee, or assign has custody and control. The requirements for time and place of payment of tax, and the obligation to keep records and make the records available to the commissioner are the same as those prescribed in AS 43.75.011 - 43.75.050.

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