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How is the tax calculated?
The tax would be calculated as a percentage of gross receipts of a restaurant or drinking place from the sale of food or beverage as defined in Ordinance No. 1365 and La Vista Municipal Code § 113.10.0. Generally speaking, gross receipts excludes sales of items such as groceries.

Restaurants & Drinking Places Occupation Tax

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1. Why did the City enact a Restaurants & Drinking Places Occupation Tax?
2. Who would be subject to the tax?
3. How is the tax calculated?
4. When does the occupation tax become effective?
5. How often is the tax due?
6. When is the first return due?
7. Would the occupation tax apply only to restaurants?
8. Are restaurants and drinking places to include gross receipts from the sale of alcoholic beverages for purposes of calculating the occupation tax?
9. Are restaurants and drinking places to include gross receipts from sales of “to go” or “take out” food?
10. What is the tax rate?
11. How much money is this tax projected to generate?
12. How does a restaurant or drinking place calculate the amount of tax it owes?
13. What is the administration allowance?
14. Can a restaurant or drinking place decide to recover the cost of the tax from its customers?
15. How is the tax to be remitted to the City?
16. How do I submit the remittance form?
17. Where can I find additional remittance forms?
18. Do other cities in Nebraska have this tax?
19. Who can I contact if I still have questions?