SB 608 Creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers and modifies provisions of the Residential Treatment Agency Tax Credit Program
Sponsor: Stouffer
LR Number: 3414S.02I Fiscal Note:
Committee: Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight
Last Action: 1/13/2010 - Second Read and Referred S Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight Committee Journal Page: S113
Title: Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2010

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SB 608 - Under current law, residential treatment agencies are prohibited from applying for residential treatment agency tax credits in an amount greater than forty percent of the payments received by the agency from the Department of Social Services. This act would allow residential treatment agencies to apply for such tax credits in an amount which does not exceed the amount of payments received by the agency from the Department of Social Services.

The act creates an income tax credit equal to fifty percent of the amount of an eligible donation made, on or after January 1, 2010, to a qualifying developmental disability care provider. The tax credit may not be applied against withholding taxes. The tax credit is non-refundable, but may be carried forward four years. The tax credit is transferable. A provider may apply to the Department of Revenue for the tax credits. The provisions of this act shall automatically sunset six years after the effective date of the act unless reauthorized.

Provisions of this act are similar to those contained in Senate Bill 71 (2009) and Senate Bill 1274 (2008).

JASON ZAMKUS