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TTB Newsletter for August 23, 2013

Greetings! We hope you are having an enjoyable and enlightening week! This week's top stories include guidance for completing our Report of Wine Premises Operations form, information about penalties and interest on excise tax owed, and a list of this week's most popular pages at TTB.gov/.

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In the TTB Newsletter, we compile the top TTB news of the week and other helpful information about the Bureau and the Federal alcohol and tobacco laws and regulations we enforce.

Please send any questions or comments to the Executive Liaison for Industry and State Matters, Industry-StateLiaison@ttb.gov/.

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Guidance for Completing TTB Form 5120.17 - Report of Wine Premises Operations

All proprietors of Bonded Wineries and Bonded Wine Cellars must file TTB Form 5120.17 - Report of Wine Premises Operations with TTB either monthly, quarterly, or annually depending on the size of the operations.

Read our Wine Premises Report Reminder information at TTB.gov/.

We prepared some materials to assist with the preparation and filing of this form, including a line-by-line guide for completing each field on the form, a detailed explanation of each field, and a sample report.

If you file this report online using Pay.gov/, you'll reduce the chance of making mistakes.

If you have any questions about this report, please contact us by email at ttbwine@ttb.gov/, or toll free at 877-882-3377.

PENALTIES AND INTEREST ON EXCISE TAXES OWED

We hope you’ll never be faced with paying penalties and interest on excise taxes owed, but the Internal Revenue Code does impose financial penalties on people who fail to file returns and pay all the taxes owed. When you fail to file a required tax return, make timely tax payment or deposits, or willfully neglect to pay your taxes, you may incur certain financial penalties. If you underpay your tax due to fraud, you may be subject to a civil fraud penalty, and in certain cases, you may even be subject to criminal prosecution.

Learn about the most common types of penalties and interest imposed to help reduce the likelihood of your incurring these liabilities.

WHAT'S POPULAR ON TTB.gov/

Popular Laboratory pages for August 12-18