Use form GD120 to apply for registration for Remote Gaming Duty.
You can register online using the Gambling Tax Service.
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Use form GD120 to apply for registration for Remote Gaming Duty. Before you fill in this form you should have applied for a remote operating licence from the Gambling Commission.
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Excise Notice 453: Gaming Duty
Guidance on what casino operators what need to know about Gaming Duty.
Gaming Duty application for registration (GD56)
Use form GD56 to apply for registration for gaming duty.
Application for inclusion on the Gaming Duty Register (GD57)
Use form GD57 to register partnership details when applying for inclusion on the Gaming Duty Register.
Notification of premises (GD58)
Use form GD58 to notify HMRC of premises to be included in or removed from your entry on the Gaming Duty Register.
Application for group treatment for Gaming Duty purposes (GD60)
Use form GD60 to set up a new gaming duty group, or to disband a group altogether.
Remote Gaming Duty Return (GD121)
Use form GD121 to submit your Remote Gaming Duty Return form with payment to the relevant accounting centre.
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