Alert Welcome to the wonderful world of electronic filing! Revenue Online is going to make filing returns an easy, more accurate and paperless process. This new online service allows users to check their accounts, make payments and file license/permit applications.

The Alaska Department of Revenue, Tax Division is currently working on adding online taxpayer service for the following Tax Programs:
  • Oil & Gas Property Tax
  • Fisheries related Taxes and Licenses
  • Charitable Gaming Taxes and Licenses
  • Marijuana Taxes

All other tax programs are actively using the AK DOR Revenue Online system.

Please check the TRMS page on the Tax Division's website frequently for additional announcements.


Gaming


Gaming News Gaming Archives
  • 6/26/2015
News for Charitable Gaming Permittees - JUNE 2015

ITEMS OF INTEREST
What’s the most important thing a permittee can do to protect their gaming permit? Be informed! Know the rules that govern a permit by becoming familiar with the statute and regulation, and read our Frequently Asked Questions. We have recently updated our website to help you find the information you need. Check it out at: www.tax.alaska.gov/gaming

NEWS
  • 1. Many commonly asked questions can be answered by reading the statute, the regulation and Frequently Asked Questions. If, after reviewing these references, you still have a question, please submit your question via email to dor.tax.gaming@alaska.gov. We will provide a response as soon as we can, but please allow 7 to 14 days for a reply.

  • 2. The first experience most permittees will have with Revenue Online will be filing the 2015 Annual Financial Statement which is due before March 15, 2016. Remember, all permittees will be required to file online. If you currently file a paper form, please plan for this change now.



The Alaska Gaming Reform Act (Act) found at Title 5 Chapter 15 of the Alaska Statutes governs Alaska’s Charitable Gaming Program. The Act defines who may conduct gaming activities and what activities are permissible. Title 16 Chapter 160 of the Alaska Administrative Code (regulation) implements the Act.

The Division issues permits and licenses, collects taxes and fees, and reviews gaming activities for compliance.

PERMISSIBLE GAMING ACTIVITIES INCLUDE :
  • Raffle/Lottery
  • Bingo
  • Pull-Tabs


Reminder: Revenue Online
Effective February 22, 2016 the Gaming Section we will convert to an online tax system called Revenue Online. All permittees will be required to file reports, make payments, and renew permits online. Revenue Online is a way in which customers can conveniently and securely conduct business with the Department of Revenue, Tax Division, on their computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. This service will enable you to apply for permits, file reports and make payments, upload documents, and correspond with the Department of Revenue, Tax Division. This can be accomplished at your convenience through internet access to Revenue Online.




How to Contact Us

dor.tax.gaming@alaska.gov

OR

Juneau Office
Martha D Abel
907-465-2581 - Juneau
 
Investigations   Email Tips to Investigators
  1-877-GR8-TIPS (478-8477)


Anchorage Office
Barb J Post
907-269-6592 - Anchorage


Mailing Address:
Alaska Department of Revenue
Tax Division, Gaming Group
PO Box 110420
Juneau, AK 99811-0420

Physical Address:
Alaska Department of Revenue
Tax Division, Gaming Group
333 Willoughby Ave, 11th Floor, Side B
Juneau, Ak 99801
  Mailing Address:
Alaska Department of Revenue
Tax Division, Gaming Group
550 W 7TH AVE STE 500
Anchorage, AK 99501-3555

Physical Address:
Alaska Department of Revenue
Tax Division, Gaming Group
550 W 7TH AVE STE 500
Anchorage, Ak 99501-3555