2021 Tennessee Code
Title 67 - Taxes and Licenses
Chapter 2 - Income Taxation
§ 67-2-117. Commissioner — Payment of Revenue to Comptroller of the Treasury

Universal Citation: TN Code § 67-2-117 (2021)

It is the duty of the commissioner, within thirty (30) days after the receipt by the commissioner of any taxes imposed by the terms of this chapter, to turn over to the comptroller of the treasury the tax or taxes collected in accordance with the terms and provisions of this chapter, less the necessary expenses for the administration of this chapter, which expenses shall not exceed ten percent (10%) of the first two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000), of taxes collected under this chapter during any fiscal year, and five percent (5%) of taxes so received in excess of the sum of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000). At the time the commissioner turns over such tax to the comptroller of the treasury, the commissioner shall furnish to the comptroller of the treasury a duplicate statement giving the names of the taxpayers, their respective addresses and the amounts paid and dates of payment, and the comptroller of the treasury shall cause such list so furnished to be checked back with the original records in the office of the commissioner, to the end that the statement so furnished to the comptroller of the treasury may be audited and verified.

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