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Treasury Reviewing Forms on Exportation of Alcoholic Beverages

Thursday, April 30, 2015
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The Treasury Department’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau is accepting comments through June 1 on the proposed extension of the following information collections.

Withdrawal of Spirits, Specially Denatured Spirits or Wines for Exportation. Exporters complete form TTB F 5100.11 to report the withdrawal of spirits, denatured spirits and wines from internal revenue bonded premises, without payment of tax, for direct exportation; for transfer to a foreign-trade zone, customs manufacturer’s bonded warehouse or customs bonded warehouse; or for use as supplies on vessels or aircraft.

Drawback on Distilled Spirits Exported. Persons who export tax-paid distilled spirits use form TTB F 5110.30 to claim drawback of the federal alcohol excise taxes paid. The form requests information regarding the claimant, the tax-paid spirits exported, the amount of tax to be refunded, and a certification by a U.S. government agent attesting to the exportation.

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