TIP # 13C01-02
DATE ISSUED: June 20, 2013
A business that starts a new business, expands an existing business, or rebuilds an existing business located within an enterprise zone may take a credit against its Florida corporate income tax.
Beginning May 20, 2013, section 220.182, Florida Statutes, is amended to allow the enterprise zone property tax credit to be claimed for each location that is eligible to claim it, rather than restricting the business to claiming no more than $25,000 or, if at least 20 percent of the full-time employees of the business reside in an enterprise zone, $50,000 on a single Florida corporate income tax return. All eligibility and credit application filing requirements remain the same.
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References: Sections 4, 5, and 8, Chapter 2013-42, Laws of Florida; Section 220.182, Florida Statutes
This document is intended to alert you to the requirements contained in Florida laws and administrative rules. It does not by its own effect create rights or require compliance.
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