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Vote number MAX05-H218 Exempting new corporations from minimum excise tax
on Oct 6, 2005 regarding bill H. 4381
Results: rejected 38-116

The current law computes excise tax for a corporation as the greater of 0.7% of the value of its property (subsection a) or $400 (subsection b). This amendment would mean that a newly formed corporation would not need to pay excise tax for the first two years if the value of the excise tax computed by subsection (a) was less than $400. That is no excise tax for the first two years if the corporation's property is worth less than $57,142.86.

The relevant part of the MassDems Platform is Part IV, clause 2: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOBS: In order to grow the economy in Massachusetts, we need a healthy business environment that includes adequate funding for workforce training, user-friendly regulations, technology infrastructure, and special support for small businesses and agriculture.

Categorized under Unused IV: ECONOMIC GROWTH



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