HB 249: Corporate Income Tax
GENERAL BILL by Gaetz ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Hill
Corporate Income Tax; Establishes corporate income tax credit for hiring of veterans; provides eligibility requirements; establishes additional corporate income tax credit for hiring of disabled veterans; provides eligibility requirements; authorizes DOR to adopt rules; authorizes DOR to determine guidelines for qualification of tax credits; provides for expiration of tax credits; revises order in which credits against corporate income tax or franchise tax may be taken to include hiring of veterans; redefines term "adjusted federal income" to include certain tax credits taken relating to hiring of veterans; authorizes executive director of DOR to adopt emergency rules; provides for time of effect of emergency rules & for expiration of such rule authority.
Last Action: 2/6/2014 House - Withdrawn prior to introduction -HJ 26
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Veteran and Military Affairs Subcommittee; Finance and Tax Subcommittee; Economic Affairs Committee
• Withdrawn from Veteran and Military Affairs Subcommittee; Finance and Tax Subcommittee; Economic Affairs Committee
• Withdrawn prior to introduction -HJ 26
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