Play Slots, Pay Taxes: The IRS Wants a Piece of More Jackpots
Nothing kills the thrill of a big-money win at the casino quite like a tax form—and soon the grasp of the taxman could be felt before the jackpot celebration stops at a lucky slot machine.
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