Idaho Statutes Title 63. Revenue and Taxation § 63-3025. Tax on corporate income

(1) For taxable years commencing on and after January 1, 2001, a tax is hereby imposed on the Idaho taxable income of a corporation, other than an S corporation, which transacts or is authorized to transact business in this state or which has income attributable to this state.  The tax shall be equal to six and nine hundred twenty-five thousandths percent (6.925%) of Idaho taxable income.

(2) In the case of an S corporation that is required to file a return under section 63-3030, Idaho Code , a tax is hereby imposed at the rate provided in subsection (1) of this section upon both:

(a) Net recognized built-in gain attributable to this state.  The amount of net recognized built-in gain attributable to this state shall be computed in accordance with section 1374 of the Internal Revenue Code subject to the apportionment and allocation provisions of section 63-3027, Idaho Code .

(b) Excess net passive income attributable to this state.  The amount of excess net passive income attributable to this state shall be computed in accordance with section 1375 of the Internal Revenue Code subject to the apportionment and allocation provisions of section 63-3027, Idaho Code .

(3) The tax imposed by subsection (1) or (2) of this section shall not be less than twenty dollars ($20.00);  provided further that the twenty dollar ($20.00) minimum payment shall not be collected from nonproductive mining corporations.

(4) The tax imposed by this section shall not apply to corporations taxed pursuant to the provisions of section 63-3025A, Idaho Code .


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