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Two bills have been filed to repeal new regulations that require reporting on alcohol sales. The regulation would require restaurants, bars and alcohol retailers to provide a report to the Division of Taxation detailing total sales of alcoholic beverages in the past year. This regulation was included in the State Budget that was signed into law last June.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Although it was not a topic of debate in the previous session, it is now an issue of concern since many restaurant and bar operators are finding it difficult to provide the two page form of alcoholic beverages from the previous years. Establishments that sell alcohol have received notice that they must provide this form by February 1, 2013.
For larger companies that have software to provide the details, it is not a difficult task, however for many small, local businesses that do not have the particular software; the regulation is causing a burden.
Download letter that the RI Division of Taxation sent out:Alcohol Docs.pdf