2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 39 - Taxation
Specific Taxes
Article 22 - Income Tax
Part 5 - Special Rules
§ 39-22-517. Tax credit for child care center investments

CO Rev Stat ยง 39-22-517 (2016) What's This?

(1) With respect to taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 1992, there shall be allowed to any person operating a child care center, family child care home, or foster care home licensed pursuant to the provisions of section 26-6-104, C.R.S., a credit against the tax imposed by this article in the amount of twenty percent of the taxpayer's annual investment in tangible personal property to be used in such child care center, family child care home, or foster care home. Such credit shall be in addition to any credit for which the taxpayer may be eligible pursuant to the provisions of section 39-22-507.5 or section 39-22-507.6.

(2) With respect to taxable years commencing on or after July 1, 1992, there shall be allowed to any sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability corporation, subchapter S corporation, or regular corporation which provides child care facilities which are incidental to their business and are licensed pursuant to section 26-6-104, C.R.S., for the use of its employees a credit against the tax imposed by this article in the amount of ten percent of the taxpayer's annual investment in tangible personal property to be used in such child care facilities. Such credit shall be in addition to any credit for which the taxpayer may be eligible pursuant to the provisions of section 39-22-507.5 or section 39-22-507.6.

(3) The credit allowed by this section for any income tax year shall not exceed the taxpayer's actual tax liability for such taxable year. If the amount of the credit allowed by this section exceeds the taxpayer's actual tax liability for any income tax year in which the child care center investment credit is claimed, referred to in this subsection (3) as the "unused credit year", such excess shall be an investment tax credit carryover to each of the three income tax years following the unused credit year and shall be applied first to the earliest income tax years possible.

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