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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XIV
TAXATION AND FINANCE
Chapter 220
INCOME TAX CODE
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F.S. 220.184
220.184 Hazardous waste facility tax credit.
(1) A credit against the tax imposed by this chapter shall be allowed to the owner of any commercial hazardous waste facility who incurs expenses for hydrologic, geologic, or soil site evaluations and permit fees required by the Department of Environmental Protection, which credit shall be equal to the amount of such expenses incurred.
(2) A credit against the tax imposed by this chapter shall be allowed to the owner of any commercial hazardous waste recycling facility permitted by the state, which credit shall be an amount equal to 5 percent of the cost of the stationary facility equipment placed in service during the taxable year and used for the recycling of hazardous wastes.
(3) If any credit granted pursuant to this section is not fully used in the first year for which it becomes available, the unused amount may be carried forward for a period not to exceed 5 years. The carryover may be used in a subsequent year when the tax imposed by this chapter for such year exceeds the credit for such year under this section after applying the other credits and unused credit carryovers in the order provided in s. 220.02(8).
History.s. 18, ch. 83-310; s. 20, ch. 88-201; s. 57, ch. 94-356; s. 33, ch. 2000-210.
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