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  • Strip-Club Fees Aren’t Tax-Exempt, New York Top Court Rules

    11/09/2012 1:20:26 PM PST · by tired&retired · 15 replies
    Accounting Today ^ | October 24 2012 | CHRIS DOLMETSCH AND FREEMAN KLOPOTT
    A New York strip club can’t claim a tax exemption on entrance and performance fees on the grounds that it presents “musical arts performances,” the state’s highest court ruled. The New York Court of Appeals in Albany upheld Tuesday a lower court’s ruling that Nite Moves, an adult “juice bar” in Latham, N.Y., didn’t prove to tax authorities that its stage and couch dances merited the exemption granted to artistic performances. “It is not irrational for the tax tribunal to decline to extend a tax exemption to every act that declares itself a ‘dance performance,’” the Court of Appeals said...
  • Nevada Lawmakers Consider Taxing Brothels

    04/15/2005 7:48:19 PM PDT · by Dan from Michigan · 38 replies · 1,106+ views
    reuters ^ | 4-15-05
    Nevada Lawmakers Consider Taxing Brothels Fri Apr 15, 8:26 AM ET Oddly Enough - Reuters SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Nevada lawmakers are considering a bill that would tax the state's 28 legal brothels, the only regulated bordellos in the United States. The brothels pay local taxes and license fees but have never been taxed by the state, which under the bill would impose a 10 percent tax on drinks and food and collect a $2 fee on each customer. The Nevada Brothel Association backs the bill, but not all bordello owners think it is a good idea. Dennis Hof, owner...
  • Cash-strapped German city to levy sex tax

    12/20/2003 8:51:28 AM PST · by knighthawk · 13 replies · 670+ views
    Swissinfo ^ | December 20 2003 | Reuters
    BERLIN (Reuters) - The German city of Cologne is resorting to a "sex tax" on brothels to boost its revenues after national reforms left local authorities short of cash. City authorities confirmed on Friday they were extending the existing "pleasure tax" -- already levied on casinos and amusement arcades -- to brothels, erotic massage parlours and table-dancing clubs. Cologne expects to triple its pleasure tax revenues, Inge Schuermann, a city spokeswoman told Reuters. "This is about making taxes fair but also because we are more than up to our necks in financial problems," she said, shortly after Germany's parliament approved...