The latest firearms and ammunition excise tax collection report released by the Department of the Treasury indicates firearm and ammunition manufacturers reported tax liabilities of $104.
What does FAET stand for?
FAET stands for Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax
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The magnitude of the recent increase in firearm and ammunition sales is reflected in the most recent Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax Collection Report from the Department of the Treasury.
Voluntary compliance has been, and will continue to be, the cornerstone of the firearms and ammunition excise tax program.
According to the most recent Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax Collection Report, released last August by the Department of the Treasury, firearm and ammunition manufacturers paid more than $109.