Accounts on non-money prize machines
Accounts must be rendered on the use of non-money prize machines. The accounting period is the licence period. The accounts must be rendered to the licensing authority within one month of the termination of the licence period, and the licensing authority must inspect the accounts.
When rendering the accounts on non-money prize machines, you must have
- a completed form on the rendering of accounts concerning non-money prize machines
- a description on how the proceeds are to be used for the purpose stated in the non-money prize machine licence
- documentation concerning the use of non-money prize machines (section 59 of the Lotteries Act)
- a receipt for payment of lottery tax
The licence authorities must keep the accounts on public display for 30 days from the date they were inspected. The licence holder must preserve the accounts with their attachments in the manner laid down in the Accounting Act (1336/1997).
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