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Report Of Shipments Of Alcoholic Beverages Into Nevada LTD 04 - Nevada

Report Of Shipments Of Alcoholic Beverages Into Nevada Form. This is a Nevada form and can be used in Liquor Tax Department Of Taxation Statewide .
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REPORT OF SHIPMENTS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES INTO NEVADA Page TO: Nevada Department of Taxation 1550 College Parkway Ste 115 Carson City, Nevada 89706 Today's date Shipments for 20 (Month/Year) of 20 FROM: (Supplier's Name) Taxpayer ID Number - (Address) (City) (State) (Zip) SUBJECT: Alcoholic beverages shipped into Nevada pursuant to Certificate of Compliance (NRS 369.430). This form must be mailed to the Department no sooner than the end of the month and no later than the 10th of the following month. Effective 6/1/2016 copies of invoices will not be required to be submitted with this report but must be maintained for inspection and possible audit by The Department (NRS 369.468). Nevada Import/Wholesaler Shipped To: (One Import/Wholesaler Location per Report) Address Shipped To: SHIPPING DATE INVOICE NUMBER TOTAL CASES BEER GALLONS Keg or Draught Bottled or Canned ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES .5% to 14% GALLONS 14.1% to 22% GALLONS 22.1% to 80% GALLONS TOTALS: Reported by Title or Department Phone Number ( LTD 04 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com ) 5/16 CONVERSION TO GALLONS Per NAC 369.020 The reports of licensees must be in wine gallons. For wine, the quantity in liters must be multiplied by 0.26417 to determine the equivalent quantity in wine gallons. The resulting figures must be rounded to the nearest one-hundredth of a gallon. For distilled spirits, to convert liters to wine gallons, the quantity in liters must be multiplied by 0.264172 to determine the equivalent quantity in wine gallons. The resulting figure must be rounded to the nearest one-hundredth of a gallon. Example: Bottles times milliliters = total milliliters Divide total milliliters by 1000 = total liters Multiply total liters by .26417 for wine or .264172 for spirits = total wine gallons 63 bottles of 750 milliliters each = 63 x .750 (equals liters) x .26417 = gallons 39 bottles of 375 milliliters each = 39 x .375 (equals liters) x .26417 = gallons 1 case of 12 bottles of 750 milliliter each = 2.3775 or 2.378 gallons 1 bottle containing 750 milliliters = .198128 gallon Copies of invoices will not be required to be submitted with this report but must be maintained for inspection and possible audit by The Department (NRS 369.468). NRS 369.468 Preservation of records for inspection and audit. A supplier who ships liquor into this state pursuant to paragraph (b) or (c) of subsection 2 of NRS 369.490 shall preserve for inspection and audit by the Department and its agents, for a period of 4 years, all invoices and lists of liquors shipped to a location in this state, specifying the: 1. Kind and quantity of liquor shipped in each order. 2. Name of the person to whom the liquor was shipped. 3. Place to which each order was shipped and the date of shipping. LTD 04 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 5/16
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