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(A) As used in this section, “certificate owner” has the same meaning as in section 149.311 of the Revised Code.
(B) There is allowed a credit against the tax imposed by section 5707.03 and assessed under section 5725.15 of the Revised Code for a dealer in intangibles subject to that tax that is a certificate owner of a rehabilitation tax credit certificate issued under section 149.311 of the Revised Code. The credit shall equal twenty-five per cent of the dollar amount indicated on the certificate, but the amount of the credit allowed for any dealer for any year shall not exceed five million dollars. The credit shall be claimed in the calendar year specified in the certificate. If the credit exceeds the amount of tax otherwise due in that year, the excess shall be refunded to the dealer but, if any amount of the credit is refunded, the sum of the amount refunded and the amount applied to reduce the tax otherwise due in that year shall not exceed three million dollars. The dealer may carry forward any balance of the credit in excess of the amount claimed in that year for not more than five ensuing years, and shall deduct any amount claimed in any such year from the amount claimed in an ensuing year.
(C) A dealer in intangibles claiming a credit under this section shall retain the rehabilitation tax credit certificate for four years following the end of the year in which the credit was claimed, and shall make the certificate available for inspection by the tax commissioner upon the request of the tax commissioner during that period.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Ohio Revised Code Title LVII. Taxation § 5725.151 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/oh/title-lvii-taxation/oh-rev-code-sect-5725-151/
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