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Employee License FAQ



Prerequisite: You must have a valid email address. Navigate to the online webapplication page, click on "First Time User" follow the instructions and prompts. During the process you will receive an email follow the instructions, then when your account is complete login with your "userid and password" , complete your profile ( personal information) some information will already be entered, make corrections as needed and when complete you can now view your license status, history, or apply or renew your license.

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If you have not created your “user account”, you must do so to access the information you seek. After you login, update your “profile” then click on “Manage Licenses” you may view your license(s) and print your temporary receipt or License.

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Applications completed online may print a copy of their employee license only after the Thirty (30) day temporary license/receipt expires. You will not be able to print your Employee license until the Thirty (30) days have passed. Should you experience a problem after the thirty (30) days are over, please call us. If you submitted your application by mail or by applying in person and the Employee temporary license/receipt has expired and you have not received your license, contact the Licensing Department for assistance. Call 405.521.3484. or 866.894.3517.

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First you must create a user account. Navigate to webpage, www.able.ok.gov and , click on ABLE ONLINE LICENSING button next click on “First Time User” and follow the instructions. After you login you may apply for an Employee License or Print your existing license.

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Make sure your profile is “complete” an incomplete profile will cause this message. If your name changed and the change is not in our database you may get this message. Call our office at 405.521.3484 for support and advise the Licensing staff of the message you received.

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Your license will be mailed to the home address listed on the application, within thirty (30) working days. All Employee licenses may be printed or viewed online at our website www.able.ok.gov. To view or print your license: First you must create a user account. Navigate to our webpage, www.able.ok.gov and click on ABLE ONLINE LICENSING button next click on “First Time User” and follow the instructions. After you login you may apply for an Employee License or Print your existing license. Also your may review your payment history.

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Call OK.gov at 405-524-3468 then press 121. Inform the helpdesk technician you did not receive the email with the confirmation number. Most problems associated with your email addresses can be solved by contacting OK.gov. After a user account is purged or reset, allow 24 hours to pass before you attempt to create a new user account.

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A procedure to allow this type of purchase is being developed.

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Cities and towns are hereby authorized to levy an annual occupational tax for the privilege of operating as a retailer, mixed beverage, beer and wine, caterer or special event licensee, bottle club, manufacturer, wholesaler or Class B wholesaler, within their respective jurisdictions, not to exceed the state license fee for such licensees; provided that the aforementioned tax shall be levied only by the city or town in which such licensee has his principal place of business. This section shall not give any city or town any right to determine or regulate the issuance of any license, except as specifically provided for in this section, as the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission shall have exclusive authority as to issuance and regulations of said licenses and no city or town may prescribe rules or regulations in conflict with or in addition to the statutes of this state or the rules ofthe ABLE Commission. Cities or towns which levy an occupational tax under this section shall make an annual report to the ABLE Commission, covering the fiscal year, showing the number and class of licensees subject to said tax, and the amount of money received therefrom, which information is to be included in the annual report of the ABLE Commission submitted to the Governor, and transmitted to the Legislature.

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Counties are hereby authorized to levy an annual occupational tax for the privilege of operating as a mixed beverage, beer and wine, caterer or special event licensee or as a bottle club, within their respective jurisdictions and not located in a city or town levying an occupation tax as provided by Section 554.1 of this title, not to exceed the state license fee for such licensees; provided that the aforementioned tax shall be levied only by the county in which such licensee has his principal place of business. All revenues derived from any such annual occupational tax shall be deposited in the general revenue fund of the county. This section shall not give any county any right to determine or regulate the issuance of any license, except as specifically provided for in this section, as the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission shall have exclusive authority as to issuance and regulations of said licenses and no county may prescribe rules or regulations in conflict with or in addition to the statutes of this state or the rules of the ABLE Commission. Counties which levy an occupational tax under this section shall make an annual report to the ABLE Commission, covering the fiscal year, showing the number and class of licensees subject to said tax, and the amount of money received therefrom, which information is to be included in the annual report of the ABLE Commission submitted to the Governor, and transmitted to the Legislature.

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