The Tax Commissioner announces that the temporary suspension of bingo licenses prohibiting the conduct of bingo has been lifted because that activity is no longer prohibited by Executive Order of Governor Jim Justice.
The conduct of bingo may resume beginning June 5, 2020, subject to social distancing and other COVID-19 preventative measures imposed on the business or organization pursuant to Executive Orders of Governor Jim Justice and guidance for reopening provided by the State.
For additional information, please see the following resources:
Emergency Order Reinstating Charitable Bingo Licenses.
Executive Order No. 42-20.
Safety Guidance for Bingo Halls.
The Tax Commissioner announces that the temporary suspension of charitable raffle licenses has been lifted. The conduct of charitable raffles may resume June 1, 2020, subject to social distancing and other COVID-19 preventative measures imposed on the business or organization pursuant to Executive Orders of Governor Jim Justice.
For additional information, please see the
Emergency Order of The State Tax Commissioner.
Effective July 1, 2020, Ellenboro, Barboursville, Capon Bridge, Hurricane, Logan, Montgomery, Morgantown, New Martinsville, Shinnston, Ravenswood, Ripley and Wardensville will impose a municipal sales & use tax of 1%. Moorefield will increase to 1%.
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Notice of Non-Acquiescence - West Virginia State Tax Department Notice of Non-Acquiescence to the West Virginia Office of Tax Appeals Decision in Docket Number 15-310CU.
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West Virginia Office of Tax Appeals