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HB 340, TAVT Changes to State and Local Distributions

 
Municipal Impact Position Contact
Evaluating Joel Wiggins, (678) 686-6270

Last Updated: 3/21/2017
Subject Area: Taxation |
Resources: bill text
HB 340 was substituted in Senate Finance Committee to remove all language relating to the State/Local distribution of TAVT revenues, and the distribution between the cities, counties, and school districts. HB 340 still adresses some reforms from the House version of the bill, and addresses the way that leased vehicles are taxed by taxing the TAVT on the amount of lease payments instead of the amount of the car.  HB 340 as it currently written would tax used cars on the sale price. The House version of this bill would have taxed used cars the same way that new cars are taxed.                   









 

Votes

3/31/2017 Senate Vote #386 Yea - 51 Nay - 2 Not Voting - 1 Excused - 1
3/31/2017 House Vote #430 Yea - 151 Nay - 5 Not Voting - 13 Excused - 11
3/31/2017 House Vote #429 Yea - 98 Nay - 59 Not Voting - 12 Excused - 11
3/24/2017 Senate Vote #228 Yea - 49 Nay - 5 Not Voting - 1 Excused - 0
3/3/2017 House Vote #228 Yea - 166 Nay - 3 Not Voting - 3 Excused - 8
BILL STATUS

1/1/2018 - Effective Date

5/8/2017 - Act 197

5/8/2017 - Date Signed by Governor

AUTHOR

Shaw Blackmon

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