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Tax return forms and tax payments must be remitted ing to the instructions on the form. Most forms other than tax returns forms must be submitted to the National Revenue Center, 550 Main Street, Suite 8002, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, complete with signature and date.
An impure form of ethanol used in industry, generally as a solvent, but not suitable for human consumption. To avoid unauthorised consumption, industrial alcohol is also sold with a nauseous substance added to make it undrinkable. Such alcohol is also known as denatured alcohol.
Industrial spirits often have similar properties to alcohol and are chemically similar to drinking alcohol. However, these other types of alcohol may cause a person to become violently ill, damage vital organs or become unconscious when consumed. Industrial spirits should never be ingested under any circumstance.
All the major industrial alcohol types such as ethyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, isobutyl alcohol, and other are considered in the scope of the study.
When taxpaid distilled spirits is used in the production of a food, flavor, medicine or perfume that is approved by the Nonbeverage Products Laboratory as unfit for beverage purposes, the manufacturer of that product may claim a return on most of the excise taxes paid. This is also known as drawback.

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It is used to process vaccines, compound tonics, syrups, tinctures, liniments and antiseptics as well as being vital in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals such as chloroform, atabrine and barbiturates. It is used in the production of adhesives, cosmetics, detergents, explosives, inks, hand cream, plastics and textiles.
TTB approved means that the Alcohol Tax Trade Bureau (TTB) has approved the flavor composition of your alcoholic beverage.
The mission of TTB is to collect alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and ammunition excise taxes that are rightfully due; to protect the consumer of alcohol beverages through compliance programs that are based upon education and enforcement of the industry to ensure an effectively regulated marketplace; and to assist industry
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