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CHAPTER 4. DETERMINATION OF SURCHARGE
Article 4. Determinations If No Return Made
41080. Failure to file determinations; penalty. If any person fails to make a return, the board shall make an estimate of the amount of the charges for services by the person, or, as the case may be of the amount of charges for services received by the persons, in this state which are subject to the surcharge. The estimate shall be made for the period or periods in respect to which the person failed to make a return and shall be based upon any information which is in the board's possession or may come into its possession. Upon the basis of this estimate the board shall compute and determine the amount required to be paid to the state, adding to the sum thus arrived at a penalty equal to 10 percent thereof, or ten dollars ($10), whichever is greater. One or more determinations may be made for one or for more than one period.
History.—Stats. 1981, Ch. 714, in effect January 1, 1982, substituted "into" for "in" after "come" in the second sentence.