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August 15, 2013
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Settlement ends fight over ‘comped’ meals

The Board of Examiners has approved a $4.5 million payment settling the legal battle over whether complimentary meals casinos give to patrons and employees are taxable. The issue affected casinos in almost every county in Nevada including Churchill. Under the agreement, the state will give tax credits totaling $3.1 million to taxpayers still in business and pay $4.5 million to a group of employers no longer in business. The state also agreed not to try to pass legislation that would impose taxes on those so-called comp meals in the future. If a future Legislature decides to try to impose the …

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The Nevada Appeal Updated Aug 15, 2013 06:31PM Published Aug 15, 2013 06:31PM Copyright 2013 The Nevada Appeal. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.