2018 Missouri Revised Statutes
Title XXIII - Corporations, Associations and Partnerships
Chapter 348 - Authorities and Corporations for Economic and Technological Development — Small Businesses
Section 348.505 Tax credit for family farm livestock loan program, procedure.
Effective 28 Aug 2008
Title XXIII CORPORATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPSChapter 348
348.505. Tax credit for family farm livestock loan program, procedure. — 1. As used in this section, "state tax liability", any state tax liability incurred by a taxpayer under the provisions of chapters 143, 147, and 148, exclusive of the provisions relating to the withholding of tax as provided for in sections 143.191 to 143.265 and related provisions.
2. Any eligible lender under the family farm livestock loan program under section 348.500 shall be entitled to receive a tax credit equal to one hundred percent of the amount of interest waived by the lender under section 348.500 on a qualifying loan for the first year of the loan only. The tax credit shall be evidenced by a tax credit certificate issued by the agricultural and small business development authority and may be used to satisfy the state tax liability of the owner of such certificate that becomes due in the tax year in which the interest on a qualified loan is waived by the lender under section 348.500. No lender may receive a tax credit under this section unless such person presents a tax credit certificate to the department of revenue for payment of such state tax liability. The amount of the tax credits that may be issued to all eligible lenders claiming tax credits authorized in this section in a fiscal year shall not exceed three hundred thousand dollars.
3. The agricultural and small business development authority shall be responsible for the administration and issuance of the certificate of tax credits authorized by this section. The authority shall issue a certificate of tax credit at the request of any lender. Each request shall include a true copy of the loan documents, the name of the lender who is to receive a certificate of tax credit, the type of state tax liability against which the tax credit is to be used, and the amount of the certificate of tax credit to be issued to the lender based on the interest waived by the lender under section 348.500 on the loan for the first year.
4. The Missouri department of revenue shall accept a certificate of tax credit in lieu of other payment in such amount as is equal to the lesser of the amount of the tax or the remaining unused amount of the credit as indicated on the certificate of tax credit, and shall indicate on the certificate of tax credit the amount of tax thereby paid and the date of such payment.
5. The following provisions shall apply to tax credits authorized under this section:
(1) Tax credits claimed in a taxable year may be claimed on a quarterly basis and applied to the estimated quarterly tax of the lender;
(2) Any amount of tax credit which exceeds the tax due, including any estimated quarterly taxes paid by the lender under subdivision (1) of this subsection which results in an overpayment of taxes for a taxable year, shall not be refunded but may be carried over to any subsequent taxable year, not to exceed a total of three years for which a tax credit may be taken for a qualified family farm livestock loan;
(3) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, a lender may assign, transfer or sell tax credits authorized under this section, with the new owner of the tax credit receiving the same rights in the tax credit as the lender. For any tax credits assigned, transferred, sold, or otherwise conveyed, a notarized endorsement shall be filed by the lender with the authority specifying the name and address of the new owner of the tax credit and the value of such tax credit; and
(4) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section to the contrary, any commercial bank may use tax credits created under this section as provided in section 148.064 and receive a net tax credit against taxes actually paid in the amount of the first year's interest on loans made under this section. If such first year tax credits reduce taxes due as provided in section 148.064 to zero, the remaining tax credits may be carried over as otherwise provided in this section and utilized as provided in section 148.064 in subsequent years.
(L. 2006 S.B. 1017, A.L. 2008 S.B. 931)