SB 1220
Modifies provisions of various state tax credit programs
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Last Action:
4/1/2008 - Hearing Conducted S Ways & Means Committee
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Effective Date:
August 28, 2008

Current Bill Summary

SB 1220 - This act requires all members of the General Assembly to file a financial interest statement with the Missouri Ethics Commission disclosing any state tax credits claimed on the most recent state income tax return of the member, the member's spouse, or the member's dependent child. The Department of Revenue must make information regarding state tax credits claimed by a member of the General Assembly available to the public.

The maximum upper limit and minimum base amounts, for the senior citizen property tax credit for calendar year 2008, are extended to all subsequent calendar years. The maximum award under the senior citizen property tax credit program is increased from seven hundred fifty dollars to one thousand dollars.

As of June 30, 2010, no new tax credits may be authorized under the wood energy tax credit program. The act repeals the manufacturing and recycling flexible cellulose casing tax credit and the sponsorship and mentoring tax credit.