Failure to file statement or pay tax
- statute of limitations.
1.A broker who fails to make and file the quarterly statement required pursuant to NRS 685A.175 is liable for a penalty of $500.
2.Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, a broker who fails to pay the tax required by NRS 685A.180 is liable:
(a)If the aggregate amount of the tax owed by the broker is more than $50, for a penalty in the first year of delinquency in the amount of $1,000 or 125 percent of the delinquent tax, whichever is larger; or
(b)If the aggregate amount of the tax owed by the broker is $50 or less, for a penalty in the first year of delinquency in an amount equal to the amount of the delinquent tax.
3.Interest must be charged on all penalties imposed pursuant to subsection 2 in an amount equal to the prime rate at the largest bank in the State of Nevada, as ascertained by the Commissioner of Financial Institutions on January 1 of the year in which the tax became due, plus 2 percent. The rate must be adjusted on July 1 and January 1 thereafter. The interest charged must be compounded monthly and must continue to accrue until the penalty and interest are paid in full.
4.The tax may be collected by distraint, or the tax and penalty may be recovered by an action instituted by the Commissioner, in the name of the State, the Attorney General representing the Commissioner, in any court of competent jurisdiction. The penalty, when so collected, must be paid to the State Treasurer for credit to the State General Fund.
5.No proceeding to recover taxes, penalties or fines pursuant to this section may be maintained unless it is commenced by the giving of notice to the person against whom the proceeding is brought within 5 years after the occurrence of the charged act or omission. This limitation does not apply if the Commissioner finds fraudulent or willful evasion of taxes.
Section 685A.190 — Failure to file statement or pay tax; penalties; statute of limitations.,