This question was asked on another thread and not answered. I do not intend this to be a continuation of that thread.
As we all know oil companies in Alaska pay a royality to the state and federal goverment on the profits of every barrel of oil they extract. Mining companies pay a royality on what they extract.
According to the Alaska Department of Revenue commercial fisheries also pay a tax based on how much of our resources they export. http://www.tax.alaska.gov/programs/p...dex.aspx?60620
So here it is and I DO NOT want to know and DID NOT ASK what an individual boat,captain,charter,or lodge paid.
This is a simple yes or no question.
DO COMMERCIAL CHARTER BOATS PAY ANY TAXES TO THE STATE OR FEDERAL GOVERMENT FOR THE EXTRACTION OF OUR RESOURCES THAT IS FACILITATED THROUGH THEIR BOAT, LODGE ETC.?
I could not get anybody to answer on the other thread so if you know please answer this with one word YES or NO.