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Column: IRS reporting rule change could adversely affect players, casinos

Casino & Gaming SmartBrief | May 27, 2015

A proposed Internal Revenue Service reporting rule change that would require players to report winnings of $600 or more instead of $1,200 or more could lead to decreased casino activity, delays at slot machines and increased paperwork throughout the gaming industry. The 40 states with land-based, racetrack, riverboat and Indian casinos would be affected by the change, which the manager of Philadelphia's SugarHouse Casino says could increase the number of IRS forms filled out by players from 1,700 to 10,000 a month. Las Vegas Review-Journal (05/27)


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