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A person engaging in business within the City must file gross receipts tax returns as provided in Article 6. Those returns must be filed on a combined basis with all of that person's related entities. That person, and all of that person's related entities, constitute a combined group. Every combined group must file a single return; the combined group must choose a single person to file the return on its behalf. Each person within the combined group engaging in business in the City must provide a power of attorney to the person filing the return, authorizing the person filing the return to file said return and to act on behalf of each person with respect to payments, refunds, audits, resolutions, and any other items related to the tax liability reflected in the return. The power of attorney shall be substantially in a form prescribed or approved by the Tax Collector. Each return filed by a combined group constitutes a combined return under this Article and Article 6. The person filing any combined return shall pay the tax liability reflected on the return and any liability determined on audit at the time and in the manner set forth for returns and liabilities in Article 6.
(Added by Proposition E, App. 11/6/2012, Oper. 1/1/2014; amended by Ord. 271-13, File No. 131031, App. 11/27/2013, Eff. 12/27/2013, Oper. 1/1/2014)