2009 Rhode Island Code
Title 44 - Taxation
CHAPTER 44-13 - Public Service Corporation Tax
§ 44-13-16 - Claim for refund Hearing upon denial.
§ 44-13-16 Claim for refund Hearing upon denial. (a) Any corporation may file a claim for refund with the tax administrator at any time within two (2) years after the tax has been paid. If the tax administrator determines that the corporation has paid a tax in excess of the amount lawfully due, he or she shall allow a refund or permit a credit. If the tax administrator shall determine that the excess payment was made in good faith, the tax administrator may make the refund with interest at the annual rate provided by § 44-1-7.1 from the date of the excess payment.
(b) Any corporation whose claim for refund has been denied may, within thirty (30) days from the date of the mailing by the tax administrator of the notice of the decision, request a hearing and the tax administrator shall, as soon as practicable, set a time and place for the hearing and shall notify the applicant.
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