Indiana - SB565 - 2019

Various tax matters. Provides that the department of state revenue (department) may deny an application for a registered retail merchant's certificate in certain circumstances. Specifies the requirements necessary for a taxpayer to discontinue filing a combined income tax return. Requires a partnership, or an estate or trust, to file certain information returns electronically. Amends motor carrier fuel tax provisions retroactively to July 1, 2018, to specify the rates that apply to the imposition of the tax. Requires a taxpayer to retain books and records during the period of a judicial proceeding or appeal that extends beyond the three year retention period under current law. Requires a sheriff that collects a judgment on a tax warrant to notify the department of the name of the taxpayer and the amount of the payment within seven days of receipt of the payment. Allows the department to waive or toll tax penalties and interest imposed on a taxpayer who is or has been incarcerated for a period of at least 180 days. Provides that if the department does not: (1) issue a timely demand notice; (2) file a timely tax warrant; or (3) renew tax warrants; the tax liability is extinguished. Provides that the department may release tax withholding or other tax information statements to certain individuals. Provides that the department may domesticate a valid tax warrant in one or more other states or countries, or in the political subunits of other states or countries. Provides that a judgment on a tax warrant must be filed in at least one Indiana county not later than 10 years after the first date on which a demand notice could be issued. Provides that if a judgment on a tax warrant is entered in at least one Indiana county, the department may file an additional tax warrant in one or more Indiana counties during the period in which one or more tax warrants are valid. Updates the income tax reference to the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) in effect on January 1, 2019. Revises provisions concerning income under Section 118, Section 163, and Section 965 of the IRC. Clarifies the treatment of a loss for a taxable year disallowed because of Section 461(l) of the IRC in determining an Indiana net operating loss deduction. Modifies the adjustment to Indiana adjusted gross income for certain property involved in a like-kind exchange for which a taxpayer claims a federal deduction under Section 179 of the IRC. Modifies, for purposes of determining Indiana adjusted gross income, an amount treated as bonus depreciation under IRC Section 168(k) for certain property involved in a like-kind exchange. Changes the order in which the department is required to apply a taxpayer's partial payment to the taxpayer's tax liability, penalties, and interest. Provides that the revised ordering of payments applies to taxable periods beginning after December 31, 2019. Specifies the taxable years to which the adjusted gross income tax changes and the financial institutions tax changes apply. Provides that the heavy equipment rental excise tax is imposed upon the rental of heavy rental equipment from a retail merchant in Indiana and received from the retail merchant in Indiana. Requires a retail merchant to collect and remit the heavy equipment rental excise tax. Provides that in the event of a misclassification, a person shall receive a credit for any property tax paid on the rental of heavy equipment for a calendar year against any excise tax owed on the equipment in the same calendar year and for any excise tax paid on the equipment for a calendar year against any property tax owed on the equipment in the same calendar year. Requires the department, beginning January 1, 2021, to establish an annual tax rate for the utility receipts tax and the utility services use tax by determining a tax rate that would maintain tax revenue at the state fiscal year 2018 amount. Removes the provision in current law that requires a claim for a unified tax credit for the elderly to be filed within six months following the close of the claimant's taxable year or within the extension period if an extension of time for filing the return has been granted, whichever is later.

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Transportation

Added On: 10-08-2019
Updated On: 05-04-2019
Status: Enacted
Primary Sponsors: Dave Heine (Republican), Travis Holdman (Republican), Erin Houchin (Republican), Todd Huston (Republican), Matthew Lehman (Republican), Daniel Leonard (Republican)





Actions (39)

  • 01-14-2019 - Authored by Senator Holdman
  • 01-14-2019 - First reading: referred to Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy
  • 02-12-2019 - Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
  • 02-18-2019 - Senator Houchin added as second author
  • 02-25-2019 - Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed
  • 02-25-2019 - Amendment #2 (Holdman) prevailed; voice vote
  • 02-26-2019 - Third reading: passed; Roll Call 248: yeas 49, nays 0
  • 02-26-2019 - House sponsor: Representative Huston
  • 02-26-2019 - Cosponsors: Representatives Lehman and Leonard
  • 02-27-2019 - Referred to the House
  • 03-07-2019 - First reading: referred to Committee on Ways and Means
  • 04-04-2019 - Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
  • 04-10-2019 - Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed
  • 04-10-2019 - Amendment #5 (Porter) ruled out of order
  • 04-10-2019 - Amendment #4 (DeLaney) failed; Roll Call 471: yeas 28, nays 60
  • 04-10-2019 - Amendment #9 (Huston) prevailed; voice vote
  • 04-10-2019 - Amendment #10 (Huston) prevailed; voice vote
  • 04-10-2019 - Amendment #6 (Porter) failed; Roll Call 472: yeas 30, nays 59
  • 04-10-2019 - Amendment #2 (DeLaney) motion withdrawn
  • 04-11-2019 - Third reading: passed; Roll Call 497: yeas 58, nays 30
  • 04-11-2019 - Representative Heine added as cosponsor
  • 04-12-2019 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
  • 04-15-2019 - Motion to dissent filed
  • 04-15-2019 - Senate dissented from House amendments
  • 04-15-2019 - Senate conferees appointed: Holdman and Niezgodski
  • 04-15-2019 - Senate advisors appointed: Houchin and Stoops
  • 04-16-2019 - House conferees appointed: Huston and Porter
  • 04-16-2019 - House advisors appointed: Thompson, Heine, Campbell, DeLaney and Pryor
  • 04-23-2019 - Representative Porter removed as conferee
  • 04-23-2019 - Representative Brown T added as conferee
  • 04-24-2019 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
  • 04-24-2019 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
  • 04-24-2019 - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 599: yeas 49, nays 0
  • 04-24-2019 - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 641: yeas 67, nays 28
  • 04-24-2019 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
  • 04-29-2019 - Signed by the Speaker
  • 04-30-2019 - Signed by the President of the Senate
  • 05-05-2019 - Signed by the Governor
  • 05-05-2019 - Public Law 234

Votes (8)

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02-12-2019Senate - Committee VoteSenate1300yes
02-26-2019Third readingSenate4901yes
04-03-2019House - Committee VoteHouse969yes
04-10-2019House - Amendment #4 (DeLaney) failedHouse286012no
04-10-2019House - Amendment #6 (Porter) failedHouse305911no
04-11-2019House - Third readingHouse583012yes
04-24-2019Senate - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1Senate4901yes
04-24-2019House - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1House67285yes