The racetrack pays tax on the amount of money wagered on horse and greyhound racing (includes simulcast).
|The tax rate for each race is …||When the total amount wagered for races in a calendar year is …|
|1 percent||More than $100 million but less than $200 million|
|2 percent||More than $200 million but less than $300 million|
|3 percent||More than $300 million but less than $400 million|
|4 percent||More than $400 million but less than $500 million|
|5 percent||More than $500 million|
|The tax rate is …||If the simulcast is of …|
|1 percent||Horse races at horse racetracks OR greyhound races at greyhound racetracks|
|1.25 percent||Horse races at greyhound racetracks OR greyhound races at horse racetracks|
The Comptroller’s office must receive reports by the end of the next business day following a race.
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