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2014 Regular Session



Maryland Education Credit

Sponsored by:

Delegate Mitchell


In the House - Hearing 3/07 at 1:00 p.m.

Synopsis:Providing a tax credit against the State income tax for contributions made to specified student assistance organizations; requiring the Department of Business and Economic Development to administer the tax credit; requiring specified entities to submit an application to be a student assistance organization on or before December 1 of each year; establishing the Maryland Education Tax Credit Reserve Fund; applying the Act to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2013; etc.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note
All Sponsors:Delegates Mitchell, Afzali, Arora, Aumann, Bates, Beidle, Bohanan, Boteler, Bromwell, Cardin, Davis, DeBoy, Donoghue, Frank, Frush, George, Haddaway-Riccio, Harper, Hogan, Hough, Ivey, James, Jameson, Kipke, McComas, McConkey, McDermott, McHale, Minnick, Oaks, Proctor, Rosenberg, Serafini, Sophocleus, Stukes, Szeliga, V. Turner, Valentino-Smith, Vallario, Walker, Weir, and Wood
Additional Facts:Cross-filed with: SB0633
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): July 1, 2014
Ways and Means   View Committee Hearing
Broad Subject(s):Taxes - Income
Primary and Secondary Education
Narrow Subject(s):Appropriations
Business and Economic Development, Department of
Commerce and Business -see also- Dealers; Elec. Comm.; etc.
Education -see also- Driver Ed; Higher Ed; Special Ed; etc
Equipment -see also- Motor Vehicle Equipment
Fees -see also- Attys' Fees; Devt Fees & Taxes; Reimb Rates
Income Tax
Nonprofit Organizations
Private Schools
Publications -see also- Maryland Register
Public Schools
Revenue and Taxes -see also- Dev Fees &Taxes; specific tax
Rules and Regulations
Scholarships and Student Financial Aid
Tax Credits -see also- Circuit Breaker
Telecommunications and Information Technology
Transportation -see also- Aircraft; Airports; Boats; etc

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October 24, 2017 1:53 P.M.