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HB 1460 Land preservation tax credits; transfer to a designated beneficiary.

Introduced by: C. Matthew Fariss | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

SUMMARY AS PASSED HOUSE: (all summaries)

Land preservation tax credits; transfer to a designated beneficiary. Provides that a person who has unused land preservation tax credits may provide that such credits be transferred to a designated beneficiary upon his death, so long as such person with unused credits is the person who originally earned them. The bill provides that if a person dies without a will, his unused credit shall be transferred according to the rules of intestacy. The bill provides that such transfers are not subject to any fees and retain the same carryover period as if held by their original owner.

Under current law, a person who has unused land preservation tax credits may transfer them while he is alive. Generally, such transfers are subject to a two percent transfer fee.


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