Subdivision 1. Imposition. There is hereby imposed as an addition to the annual income tax for a taxable year of a taxpayer in the classes described in section 290.03 a tax with respect to any distribution received by such taxpayer that is treated as a lump-sum distribution under section 1401(c)(2) of the Small Business Job Protection Act, Public Law 104-188 1 and that is subject to tax for such taxable year under section 1401(c)(2) of the Small Business Job Protection Act, Public Law 104-188.
Subd. 2. Computation. The amount of tax imposed by subdivision 1 shall be computed in the same way as the tax imposed under section 402(d) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 , as amended through December 31, 1995, except that the initial separate tax shall be an amount equal to five times the tax which would be imposed by section 290.06, subdivision 2c , if the recipient was an unmarried individual, and the taxable net income was an amount equal to one-fifth of the excess of
(i) the total taxable amount of the lump-sum distribution for the year, over
(ii) the minimum distribution allowance, and except that references in section 402(d) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 , as amended through December 31, 1995, to paragraph (1)(A) thereof shall instead be references to subdivision 1, and the excess, if any, of the subtraction base amount over federal taxable income for a qualified individual as provided under section 290.0802, subdivision 2 .
Subd. 3. Nonapplication. The tax imposed by this section shall not be applicable to a nonresident individual.
Subd. 4. Repealed by Laws 1981, c. 343, § 42.
Subd. 5. Repealed by Laws 1983, c. 342, art. 1, § 44.
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