Idaho Statutes Title 63. Revenue and Taxation

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  • Chapter 1. Department of Revenue and Taxation
  • Chapter 2. Definitions--General Provisions
  • Chapter 3. Assessment of Real and Personal Property
  • Chapter 4. Appraisal, Assessment and Taxation of Operating Property
  • Chapter 5. Equalization of Assessments
  • Chapter 6. Exemptions from Taxation
  • Chapter 7. Property Tax Relief
  • Chapter 8. Levy and Apportionment of Taxes
  • Chapter 9. Payment and Collection of Property Taxes
  • Chapter 10. Collection of Delinquency on Real, Personal and Operating Property
  • Chapter 11. Seizure and Sale of Personal Property for Taxes
  • Chapter 12. Settlement of Revenue Officers
  • Chapter 13. Miscellaneous Provisions of Tax Law
  • Chapter 14. Enforcement--Penalties
  • Chapter 15. Collection of Taxes from Public Works Contractors
  • Chapter 16. Prepayment of Taxes
  • Chapter 17. Taxation of Forest Lands and Forest Products
  • Chapter 18. Short-Term or Vacation Rental Marketplaces
  • Chapter 23. License Taxes
  • Chapter 24. Fuels Tax
  • Chapter 25. Cigarette and Tobacco Products Taxes
  • Chapter 27. License Tax on Electricity
  • Chapter 28. Taxation of Profits of Mines
  • Chapter 30. Income Tax
  • Chapter 31. Anticipation of Revenue by Taxing Districts
  • Chapter 32. Anticipation of Revenue by State
  • Chapter 34. Collection of Taxes and License Fees
  • Chapter 35. Cooperative Electrical Associations--Taxing Gross Earnings
  • Chapter 36. Sales Tax
  • Chapter 37. Interstate Compact
  • Chapter 38. Board of Tax Appeals
  • Chapter 40. Taxpayers' Bill of Rights
  • Chapter 41. Special District Dissolution Act
  • Chapter 42. Illegal Drug Stamp Tax Act
  • Chapter 44. The Idaho Small Employer Incentive Act of 2005
  • Chapter 45. New Capital Investments Incentive Act

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