Award Date

1999

Degree Type

Thesis

Number of Pages

57

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to research what the gaming industry pays in taxes to the local and state governments, and if the gaming industry pays a proportionate share of taxes compared to the other sources of tax revenue generated from other non-gaming businesses in the State of Nevada. The scope of the paper is limited to the State of Nevada, and more specifically, Clark County. The sources used were personal observations, as well as published literature. In conclusion, the research will show that not only does the gaming industry pay a proportionate share of taxes to the local and state governments, but it will further show that the gaming industry pays a larger percentage of taxes than other non-gaming businesses in the State of Nevada to the local and state governments.

Language

English


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