The due date for regular admissions and amusement tax returns is printed on the face of the return.
If you have a one-time event, the return and any taxes due must be filed by the tenth day of the month following the month in which the event occurred, as indicated in the chart below:
| Month When Event Occurred
| Due Date for Return
If you file your return late, it is subject to a penalty charge of 10 percent, plus interest. If you do not respond to a notice of or about an admissions and amusement tax return that has not been filed, an estimated tax due amount may be calculated and an additional penalty of 25 percent may be imposed.
According to state law, the personal liability for the tax extends to any officer of a corporation who exercises direct control over the fiscal management of the corporation. If you owe an admissions and amusement tax debt, the state may also withhold your personal income tax refund.