You must provide proof of nonprofit status by ONE of the following: Contact the IRS at The investigation insures that the applicant meets the requirements for a license, and ensures public safety and integrity in the industry, as required by state law.
The staff at the Gambling Control Board performs many tasks to accomplish this mission, some of which are regulation, education, and helping guide lawful gambling organizations with their operations. Applying for a license or permit? Wednesday, October 24, 7: The Minnesota Department of Revenue has also updated its forms.
Conduct and Reporting of Sports Tipboards We apologize for any inconvenience. To conduct lawful gambling in Minnesota, your organization must apply for and receive either an organization license, exempt permit, or excluded permit.
To see our full message to licensed charitable organizations, whether you belong to a trade association or not, select this PDF versionor go to Specific What's New informationand select August. Certificate of Good Standing for current calendar year. An exempt or excluded permit is obtained for the conduct of a limited number of gambling activities within a calendar year.
To view the rules as approved by the Board and prepared by the Revisor of Statutes, go to the Lawful Gambling Rules page.
A linked bingo game provider license must be obtained by any person or entity who provides linked bingo services to organizations licensed to conduct lawful gambling in Minnesota. This will ensure that you are using the latest version of the forms each month.
At the time of the application, the applicant places funds on deposit to begin the investigation. If your organization falls under a parent organization provide BOTH: IRS - Affiliate of national, statewide, or international parent nonprofit organization charter.
Each application is different and it is difficult to provide a specific time frame. Call your Compliance Specialist with any questions.