CS/HB 941: Corporate Income Tax
GENERAL BILL by Sobel ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Anderson
Corporate Income Tax; provides credit against tax for contributions to nonprofit cultural organizations; provides limitations on individual credits; provides that unused amount of credit may not be carried forward; prohibits conveying, assigning, or transferring credit to another entity except as specified; provides written request procedures; provides for rulemaking by DOR & Cultural Affairs Div. of Department of State, etc.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 House - Died in Committee on Finance & Tax (FC)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Tourism (SIC); Finance & Tax (FC); Choice & Innovation (EDC); State Infrastructure Council
• Introduced, referred to Tourism (SIC); Finance & Tax (FC); Choice & Innovation (EDC); State Infrastructure Council -HJ 00084
• On Committee agenda-- Tourism (SIC), 03/15/05, 1:45 pm, 306-H
• Favorable with CS amendment by Tourism (SIC); YEAS 6 NAYS 0 -HJ 00256
• Pending review of CS under Rule 6.3(b)
• Now in Finance & Tax (FC) -HJ 00256
• Died in Committee on Finance & Tax (FC)
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