(a) Carryover.--If the qualified taxpayer cannot use the entire amount of the tax credit for the taxable
year in which the taxpayer is eligible for the credit, the excess may be carried over
to succeeding taxable years and used as a credit against the qualified tax liability
of the taxpayer for those taxable years, provided that the credit may not be carried
over to any taxable year that begins after December 31, 2025.
(b) Sale.--No sooner than 30 days after providing the Insurance Department and the department
written notice of the intent to transfer tax credits, a qualified taxpayer may transfer
tax credits held without restriction to any entity that is a qualified taxpayer in
good standing with the Insurance Department and that agrees to assume all of the transferor's
obligations with respect to the tax credit.
(c) Carryback.--A qualified taxpayer may not carry back a tax credit.
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