(a) Each person who is required to pay or collect the assessment shall maintain a
complete and accurate record of all transactions subject to assessments under this
chapter. These records shall contain information required by the secretary relating to the
payment or collection of assessments, shall be preserved for a period of two years,
and shall be offered and submitted for inspection and audit at any reasonable time
upon written demand by the secretary or the secretary's duly authorized agent.
(b) All information obtained by the secretary or the secretary's duly authorized agent
from any inspection or audit of records shall be confidential and shall not be disclosed
except when required in a judicial proceeding.
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