Section I-1671 - Recapture and Recovery of Tax Credits (Louisiana Code of Regulations)

§ I-1671. Recapture and Recovery of Tax Credits

A. If the office finds that funds for which a digital interactive media company received credits are not actually expended in Louisiana as a production-related cost of a state-certified production, then the digital interactive media company's state income tax for such taxable period shall be increased by such amount necessary for the recapture of credit provided by this Section.

B. Credits previously granted to a taxpayer, but later disallowed, may be recovered by the Secretary of the Department of Revenue through any collection remedy authorized by R.S. 47:1561 and initiated within three years from December 31 of the year in which the credits were earned.

1. The only interest that may be assessed and collected on recovered credits is interest at a rate of three percentage points above the rate provided in R.S. 9:3500(B)(1), which shall be computed from the original due date of the return on which the credit was taken.

2. The provisions of this Section are in addition to and shall not limit the authority of the secretary of the Department of Revenue to assess or to collect under any other provision of law.

(Promulgated by the Department of Economic Development, Office of Business Development, Office of Entertainment Industry Development, LR 35:634 (April 2009), amended LR 36:1985 (September 2010).)

AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 47:6022.

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