New Jersey Statutes Title 54. Taxation 54 § 10A-4.2

a. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (6) of subsection (k) of section 4 of P.L.1945, c. 162 ( C.54:10A-4 ) to the contrary, a taxpayer that has acquired a corporation business tax benefit certificate pursuant to the provisions of section 1 of P.L.1997, c. 334 ( C.34:1B-7.42a ), that includes the right to a net operating loss carryover deduction shall attach that certificate to any return the taxpayer is required to file under P.L.1945, c. 162 ( C.54:10A-1 et seq. ), and shall determine the amount of its net operating loss carryover deduction by multiplying the surrendered net operating loss by the new or expanding emerging technology or biotechnology company's anticipated allocation factor determined pursuant to subsection b. of section 1 of P.L.1997, c. 334 ( C.34:1B-7.42a ) and subsequently dividing the amount by the taxpayer's allocation factor determined pursuant to section 6 of P.L.1945, c. 162 ( C.54:10A-6 ) for the tax year in which the surrendered tax benefit is used.  The taxpayer shall otherwise apply the net operating loss carryover deduction as evidenced by the certificate according to the provisions of subsection (k) of section 4 of P.L.1945, c. 162 and any rules or regulations the director may adopt to carry out the provisions of this section.

b. A new or expanding emerging technology or biotechnology company that has surrendered an unused net operating loss carryover pursuant to the provisions of section 1 of P.L.1997, c. 334 ( C.34:1B-7.42a ), shall not be allowed a net operating loss carryover deduction based upon the right to such a deduction as evidenced by the corporation business tax benefit certificate and shall attach a copy of the certificate to any return the taxpayer is required to file under P.L.1945, c. 162 ( C.54:10A-1 et seq. ).


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