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Richard Charles Gray

MLBA Past President Richard Charles Gray (Dick) of Perrinton Michigan, age 86, passed away January 5, 2015 in Lakeland, Florida. He was MLBA President from 1986-1992.

MLCC Improves Fingerprinting Process

Dear Michigan Liquor Control Commission Customer,

I’m pleased to announce a significant improvement for applicants who are required to submit fingerprints for their liquor license.

Summary of 2015 Sales, Use, and Withholding Changes

Attached is a notice from the Department of Treasury regarding Sales, Use and Withholding (SUW) taxes for 2015 and beyond.

FICA Tip Credit

Heartland Payment Systems news! If you own a restaurant or bar that accepts tips, you should check into the FICA Tip Tax Credit.

The FICA Tip Credit is a dollar for dollar credit available for Social Security and Medicare taxes paid on tips, which exceed the Federal wage rate of $5.15/hour.

Lucky for Life Fills Drawing Schedule; Expected to Attract Consistent Traffic to Retailers

A Message from Michigan Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen

One of the questions we often hear from retailers and players is: “What new games are coming out soon?”

Players are interested in new games that offer exciting new prize options and ways to play. Our retail partners are interested in games that bring players into their stores. The Lottery team focuses on both of these perspectives when developing games and bringing them to the market.

Press Release: Small Businesses Breaking Laws: Local Towns May Pay the Price

Businesses that give away or encourage customers to bring their own alcohol are doing so illegally according to statue 436.1913

LANSING, Mich. – With the holidays approaching, the Michigan Licensed Beverage Association (MLBA) has received calls of non-liquor licensed businesses holding promotions where alcohol is given away, or encouraging customers to bring their own alcohol into the business – each instance being illegal. Some examples of these non-liquor licensed businesses include painting and pottery classes, beauty salons, art galleries, barbershops, and car dealerships. Also, restaurants without liquor licenses cannot allow customers to bring their own alcohol.

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