Member Services

Per Capita

In 1998, the Per Capita Fund was established as a benefit to all enrolled Nation members including minor children. The National Indian Gaming Act requires an allocation plan for expenditure of all casino revenues. As a result, the General Council vote established that 48 percent of the net gaming revenues from Prairie Band Casino and Resort be allocated for Per Capita payments to be disbursed on a quarterly basis. This taxable benefit will continue until changed by a General Council vote.

The per capita fund amount varies with the fluctuation of casino profits and the number of enrolled members.

The Per Capita Office is located at the Government Center – Upper Level. The Per Capita office is responsible for distributing shared casino revenue payments to all enrolled tribal members per the eligibility guidelines and to report those amounts to the Internal Revenue Service.

Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding holidays and administrative days.

Phone: 785-966-3993

Toll Free: 877-715-6789

Fax: 785-966-3917

Email: percap@pbpnation.org

Additional Information:

  • All changes, ie. change of address, tax withholding amount, payment option (check, direct deposit, hold for pick up) MUST be requested using the official forms. No changes will be accepted over the phone.
  • All changes to forms are due on or before the 1st of Per Capita Distribution months (March, June, September & December).
  • Photo identification is required, if picking up per capita check.
  • Authorization for someone else to pick up your per capita check must be made with the Per Capita Office prior to the pickup date.

All forms are available at the Per Capita Office or online, see below. These forms can also be mailed, e-mailed or faxed to you by calling 785-966-3993.

Please click on below links to download forms:

Additional Resources:

www.bncweb.org/ – A free resource for Native Americans on Financial Literacy

mybigmoney.org/ – A free game based on a Minor receiving their trust at age 18.