Nebraska keeps raking in the tax dollars from its two casinos.
The Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission on Tuesday released its final monthly gaming tax report for 2022.
The report was the first that included the Grand Island Casino & Resort, which opened on Dec. 27.
In just five days of operation, the Grand Island casino earned $97,157.27 in tax revenue, according to the report.
That money was divided up:
- 70% to the Nebraska Property Tax Relief Fund: $68,010.09
2.5% to the Nebraska General Fund: $2,428.93
2.5% to the Compulsive Gaming Assistance Fund: $2,428.93
12.5% to the City of Grand Island: $12,144.66
12.5% to Hall County: $12,144.66