Colorado Application for Extended Enterprise Zone Tax Credits
Extracted from PDF file 2017-colorado-form-dr-0078.pdf, last modified September 2013
Application for Extended Enterprise Zone Tax CreditsDR 0078 (07/25/14) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0005 *140078==19999* Application for Extended Enterprise Zone Tax Credits in Terminated Enterprise Zone Area Joint Certification by Taxpayer and Enterprise Zone Administrator I. Enterprise Zone Date termination of this area officially announced: (MM/DD/YY) Effective date of termination of this zone area: II. Corporation or Last Name First Name Colorado Account Number SSN or FEIN Mailing Address Middle Initial City Contact Person's Last Name State First Name Location of Enterprise Zone Facility (MM/DD/YY) Zip Middle Initial City Date Established/Acquired/Planned to be Established by Taxpayer (MM/DD/YY) State Zip Phone Number ( ) III. Describe business planning documentation in place prior to the announcement of the zone termination (do not attach; retain with your tax records and send only if specifically requested by the Department): Real estate Plant or equipment Permit applications (zoning, building, acquisition plans purchasing specifications environmental, etc.) Utility service applications Financing plans Other If other, please describe IV. Planned Activity Eligible for Enterprise Zone Tax Credits through ten years following termination of zone. Amount of Planned Investment, Jobs, etc. Tax Credit For each applicable credit, first list only the planned and cumulative total amounts when requesting the certification. Then, complete the areas to designate the year and amount of each credit claimed. Contribution to enterprise zone administrator credit Cumulative Total Anticipated Tax Credits $ $ $ $ $ $ Year (YYYY) Credit Claimed Investment tax credit Year (YYYY) Credit Claimed Job training tax credit Year (YYYY) Credit Claimed *140078==29999* New business facility (NBF) employee credit $ Year (YYYY) Credit Claimed Agricultural processing NBF employee credit $ Year (YYYY) Credit Claimed NBF employee health insurance credit $ Year (YYYY) Credit Claimed V. Joint Certification by Taxpayer and Enterprise Zone Administrator We hereby certify to the Colorado Department of Revenue that the information provided herein is true and correct to the best of our knowledge. Taxpayer Signature Enterprise Zone Administrator Signature Title Date (MM/DD/YY) Date (MM/DD/YY) DR 0078 Instructions A taxpayer may request an extension of enterprise zone tax credits in: • a terminated enterprise zone area for up to 10 tax years, and • a terminated enhanced rural enterprise zone area for up to 5 years following the termination year. The taxpayer must jointly certify with the zone administrator that plans were in place for job creation, investment in job training programs, or capital expansion before the announcement of the zone termination. Detailed business planning documentation supporting the planned investment and job increases must be kept with your tax records and supplied to the zone administrator or the Department of Revenue upon request. [C.R.S. 39-30-103(6)(a)] Submit this form and a summary of the business plan to the local enterprise zone administrator. Upon review and approval, the zone administrator will sign the certification form and return it to the mailing address provided. Retain the certified form with your tax records. For any year in which credits are earned and claimed the form must be updated and, along with Form DR 0074, submitted to the local enterprise zone administrator for certification. The zone administrator will return the certified forms, which must be filed with your Colorado income tax return. For tax years 2012 and after, any enterprise zone credit must be claimed on an electronically filed return. Please see the DR 1366 form for more details. Extended credits are available only to the taxpaying entity that existed in the enterprise zone and filed the application for the extended credits. There is no provision for the transfer of those credits to a subsequent related entity. Nothing in this certification shall be construed to grant tax benefits that have been repealed by the general assembly or to grant tax benefits in excess of the limits established by law. Section IV: When first filing this form to request certification, information is required for each tax credit that is expected to be claimed during the extended credit period. Provide the cumulative total of the amount of investment, job training program expenditures, or number of NBF employees that will qualify for the credit and the cumulative total of the anticipated tax credits over the next five or ten year extension period. If the five-year extension is claimed for the enhanced rural enterprise zone credit, write "enhanced" after the name of the credit. When preparing your tax return each year during the five or ten year extended period, provide the tax year and the amount of the credit that is actually claimed during that year in the boxes provided below each credit. The cumulative total of each tax credit claimed during the extension period can not exceed the amount originally certified in the cumulative total column. Colorado Department of Revenue Denver, CO 80261-0005 Telephone 303-238-SERV(7378) Taxation Web site: www.TaxColorado.com Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade 1625 Broadway, Suite 2700 Denver, CO 80202 Telephone 303-892-3840 For a list of Zone Administrators and their contact information, visit: www.AdvanceColorado.com/EZ
Form DR 0078
More about the Colorado Form DR 0078 Corporate Income Tax TY 2017
This is the Application for Extended Enterprise Zone Tax Credits in Terminated Enterprise Zone Area. This is a Joint Certification by Taxpayer and Enterprise Zone Administrator.
We last updated the Application for Extended Enterprise Zone Tax Credits in January 2018, so this is the latest version of Form DR 0078, fully updated for tax year 2017. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form DR 0078 directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Colorado tax forms here.
Other Colorado Corporate Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form 106||Partnership / S-Corporation Pass-Through Entities Tax Booklet|
|Form DR 1366||Enterprise Zone Credit and Carryforward Schedule|
|Form DR 5714||Request for Copy of Form Filed|
|Form DR 0617||Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit|
|112 Booklet||C-Corporation Income Tax Return Booklet|
Colorado usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Colorado Form DR 0078 from the Department of Revenue in January 2018.
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