SB 218: Homeless/Employment/Corporate Income Tax Credit [CPSC]
GENERAL BILL by Ring
Homeless/Employment/Corporate Income Tax Credit [CPSC]; Specifies the order for applying the tax credit for employment of the homeless. Provides a tax credit for a corporation that hires a homeless person residing in a transitional housing facility. Specifies the information that must be provided to the DOR when applying for the credit. Provides penalties for fraudulently claiming the tax credit. Limits the total amount of tax credits that may be granted per taxable year, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2009 Senate - Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died in Committee on Commerce
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• Referred to Commerce; Children, Families, and Elder Affairs; Finance and Tax; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations; Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and Means
• Introduced, referred to Commerce; Children, Families, and Elder Affairs; Finance and Tax; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations; Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and Means -SJ 00032
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died in Committee on Commerce
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