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The Joint Subcommittee on the Changing Economy and Impacts to the Long-Term Viability of Montana’s Tax Structure will meet at 1 p.m. on Jan. 17 in Room 152 of the State Capitol Building.

The Montana Department of Revenue will hold three public lottery drawings over the next couple of months for nine available alcoholic beverage licenses throughout the state. The drawings will take place at the department’s liquor warehouse, 2517 Airport Road, Helena and open to the public to attend.

The Montana Department of Revenue reminds people who rent a room, apartment, or home on a short-term basis to follow state taxation and permitting laws for lodging and accommodations.

 

Thursday, August 24, 2017/Categories: Department of Revenue/Tags: entrepreneur, Business Licenses, economy, tourism, housing, Business

The Montana Department of Revenue’s Liquor Control Division has reviewed the latest population estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau and determined the availability of seven alcoholic beverage licenses in three communities.The department is currently accepting applications to participate in its lottery for the licenses.

The Montana Legislature’s Environmental Quality Council will tour a watercraft inspection station at Canyon Ferry Reservoir on June 29 before returning to the Capitol to decide what policy issues the legislative committee will tackle over the next year.

The Montana Department of Revenue announces the release of its biennial report. The several-hundred-page publication provides detailed information about the department’s tax administration and liquor control responsibilities for the biennium from July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2016.

(Montana) – Following PayPal’s decision to cancel its expansion plans in North Carolina, Senator Jon Tester and Governor Steve Bullock today invited the multi-billion dollar company to open up shop in Montana.

 

The Montana Department of Revenue has processed 244,483 individual income tax returns so far for the 2015 tax year including both electronic and paper returns, and has issued 204,396 refunds averaging $403.

Helena – The Montana Department of Revenue is notifying convenience stores and other retailers about a new law requiring a license by January 1, 2016, to sell alternative nicotine or vapor products. The department is mailing 1,800 postcards to retail outlets telling them they need to have the new Alternative Nicotine or Vapor Products License by January 1 to sell the products.

 

Helena – The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing livestock per capita fee bills this week. For the first time, livestock owners can pay online at reportyourlivestock.mt.gov. In the past, they could just report online. Payments are due on November 30 either electronically or by mail.

 

Tuesday, November 10, 2015/Categories: Department of Revenue/Tags: animals, Online Services, economy, agriculture
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