SB 710: Community Contribution Tax Credit
GENERAL BILL by Fasano ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Jones ; Wise ; Klein ; Sebesta
Community Contribution Tax Credit; requires Tourism, Trade, & Economic Development Office to reserve portions of certain annual tax credits for eligible sponsors of certain low-income housing projects; increases amount of available annual community contribution tax credits; requires said office to reserve portions of certain annual tax credits for eligible sponsors of certain low-income housing projects, etc. Amends 212.08, 220.03,.183, 624.5105.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 Senate - Died in Committee on Community Affairs, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to CS/CS/SB 202 (Ch. 2005-282)
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• Referred to Community Affairs; Commerce and Consumer Services; Government Efficiency Appropriations; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations
• Also referred to Ways and Means (Reference Correction)
• Introduced, referred to Community Affairs; Commerce and Consumer Services; Government Efficiency Appropriations; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations; Ways and Means -SJ 00046
• Died in Committee on Community Affairs, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to CS/CS/SB 202 (Ch. 2005-282)
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