CS/HB 1005: Tangible Personal Property Taxation
GENERAL BILL by Finance and Tax Committee ; Eisnaugle
Tangible Personal Property Taxation; Waives requirement to file annual tangible personal property tax return for taxpayers who own taxable property the taxable value of which does not exceed specified amount; provides conditions & requirements for qualifying for waiver; provides application; provides appropriation. APPROPRIATION: $108,475.00
Last Action: 3/9/2012 House - Died in Economic Affairs Committee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HJR 1003 (Passed)
Location: In committee/council (EAC)
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Finance and Tax Committee; Economic Affairs Committee -HJ 98
• Introduced -HJ 98
• On Committee agenda-- Finance and Tax Committee, 02/01/12, 1:00 pm, Morris Hall
• CS by Finance and Tax Committee; YEAS 17 NAYS 5 -HJ 467
• Pending review of CS under Rule 7.19(c)
• CS by Finance and Tax Committee read 1st time -HJ 464
• Now in Economic Affairs Committee -HJ 525
• On Committee agenda-- Economic Affairs Committee, 02/16/12, 11:30 am, Reed Hall --Temporarily deferred
• On Committee agenda-- Economic Affairs Committee, 02/17/12, 8:00 am, Reed Hall --Temporarily deferred
• Died in Economic Affairs Committee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HJR 1003 (Passed)
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