Nevada Revised Statutes Title 32. Revenue and Taxation § 363C.200. Imposition;  payment of tax;  filing of return;  extension of time for payment;  payment of interest during period of extension

1. For the privilege of engaging in a business in this State, a commerce tax is hereby imposed upon each business entity whose Nevada gross revenue in a taxable year exceeds $4,000,000 in an amount determined pursuant to NRS 363C.300 to 363C.560 , inclusive.  The commerce tax is due and payable as provided in this section.

2. Each business entity whose Nevada gross revenue in a taxable year exceeds $4,000,000 shall, on or before the 45th day immediately following the end of that taxable year, file with the Department a return on a form prescribed by the Department.  The Department shall not require a business entity whose Nevada gross revenue for a taxable year is $4,000,000 or less to file a return for that taxable year.  The return required by this subsection must include such information as is required by the Department.

3. For the purposes of determining the amount of the commerce tax due pursuant to this chapter, the initial return filed by a business entity with the Department pursuant to subsection 2 must designate the business category in which the business entity is primarily engaged.  A business entity may not change the business category designated for that business entity unless the person applies to the Department to change such designation and the Department determines that the business is no longer primarily engaged in the designated business category.

4. A business entity shall remit with the return the amount of commerce tax due pursuant to subsection 1.  Upon written application made before the date on which payment of the commerce tax due pursuant to this chapter must be made, the Department may for good cause extend by not more than 30 days the time within which a business entity is required to pay the commerce tax.  If the commerce tax is paid during the period of extension, no penalty or late charge may be imposed for failure to pay the commerce tax at the time required, but the business entity shall pay interest at the rate of 0.75 percent per month from the date on which the amount would have been due without the extension until the date of payment, unless otherwise provided in NRS 360.232 or 360.320 .


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