Delaware Public Utility Tax Return
Extracted from PDF file 2019-delaware-form-5502tr-9811.pdf, last modified May 2004
Public Utility Tax ReturnSTATE OF DELAWARE Department of Finance Division of Revenue 820 N. French Street P.O. Box 2340 Wilmington, Delaware 19899-2340 APPLICATION FOR REDUCTION OF PUBLIC UTILITIES TAX Reset Print Form FORM 5502TR-9811 THIS APPLICATION APPLIES TO MANUFACTURERS, FOOD PROCESSORS AND AGRI-BUSINESS PROCESSORS. IT MUST BE COMPLETED AND FILED WITH THE DELAWARE DIVISION OF REVENUE TO QUALIFY FOR THE 2% REDUCTION IN THE ELECTRICITY AND GAS COMMODITIES TAX (IMPOSED BY CHAPTER 55, TITLE 30 OF THE DELAWARE CODE). 1. Enter Federal Employer Identification Number OR Social Security Number 2- 12. Name 3. Address 4. Location of Facility (if different from above) 5. Division of Revenue Business License Number 6. Check One or More: [ ] Manufacturer [ ] Food Processor 7. [ ] Agri-business [ ] Chicken Hatching Utility Name/Utility Account Number(s) A SEPARATE APPLICATION FORM MUST BE COMPLETED FOR EACH DELAWARE BUSINESS FACILITY 8. Enter the number of employees located at this facility who are engaged exclusively in the management or administrative support of or employed exclusively in manufacturing, food or agri-business processing or the hatching of chickens in conjunction with operating a food or agri-business processing business within Delaware. 9. Enter the number of employees located at this facility who perform services related to or in support of any business activity conducted outside Delaware. 10. Enter the total number of employees at this facility. Add Lines 8 and 9. 11. Divide Line 8 by Line 10 and enter the percentage here. For the facility to qualify for the Public Utility Tax Reduction, Line 11 must be greater than 70%. Signature Telephone Number Date I declare under penalties as provided by law that the information on this application is true, correct and complete. FOR DIVISION OF REVENUE USE APPROVED [ ] Signature (Revised 01/28/13) DISAPPROVED [ ] Title Date *DF40613019999* GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS Section 5502 Title 30 of the Delaware Code was amended on three separate occasions to provide for a reduction of the public utility tax on the consumption of electricity and gas commodities or services from 4.25% to 2.00% for qualified licensed manufacturing, food or agri-business processing facilities within Delaware. The reduction of the public utility tax is effective for all electricity commodities or services distributed after September 30, 1994, to business locations used primarily for manufacturing goods within this State. The definition of “Manufacturers” does not include scientific, agricultural or industrial research, development or testing. The definition of manufacturing is the same as defined in 30 Del. C. §2701. The reduction of the public utility tax for food and agri-business processing or the hatching of chickens in conjunction with either food processing or agri-business processing is effective for all electricity commodities or services distributed on or after January 1, 1995. The definition of “Food Processing” is the same as defined in 30 Del. C. §2901. “Agri-business Processing” is defined as any processing, working, development, change, conditioning or reconditioning of raw materials or products into products of a different character, or effecting any combination or composition of materials, the inherent nature of which is changed such that the resulting product is food for consumption by livestock or is fertilizer for agricultural use. The term “business location” shall mean all adjoining real property in which the manufacturer, food or agri-business processor or any of its affiliates has an interest, including a possessory interest. The reduction of the public utility tax is effective for all gas commodities or services distributed after December 31, 1997, to business locations used primarily for manufacturing goods, food processing, agri-business processing or hatching of chickens in conjunction with either food processing or agri-business processing within this State. The business location must employ over 70% of its personnel exclusively in the manufacturing, food or agri-business process, including the hatching of chickens in conjunction with operating a food or agri-business processing business within this State. Personnel employed in the management or administrative support of the business location or another Delaware business location which is a manufacturing, food or agri-business processing or chicken hatching in conjunction with operating a food or agri-business processing facility are considered employed in a qualified process. Personnel employed at this business location which perform any services related to, or in support of, any business activities conducted outside Delaware are not considered employed in a qualified process within this State. To qualify, each Delaware business location must submit a completed Form 5502TR-9811, Application For Reduction Of Public Utility Tax, to the State of Delaware Division of Revenue, 820 N. French St., PO Box 2340, Wilmington, DE 198992340. All inquiries regarding qualification should be addressed to Delaware Division of Revenue, Michael R. Smith, Business Audit Bureau Manager, 302-577-8445. All inquiries regarding billing should be addressed to the public utility supplying electricity and gas commodities and services to the qualified business location. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS Line 1: Line 2: Line 3: Line 4: Line 5: Enter in the blocked area the Federal Identification Number or Social Security Number of the business entity. Enter the name of the business entity. Enter the address of the business entity. Enter the address, if different from Line 3, of the qualifying business location. Enter the current year’s business license number issued by the State of Delaware Division of Revenue to the qualifying business location. Line 6: Check the box or boxes which describe the business activity conducted at this facility. In order to qualify for the utility tax reduction, chicken hatching must be conducted in conjunction with either food processing or agribusiness processing within this state. Line 7: Enter the name of the utility which is supplying electricity and gas commodities and services to the qualifying business location and the customer account number(s) assigned to the business location. Line 8: Enter the number of employees located at this facility who are engaged exclusively in the management or administrative support of or employed exclusively in manufacturing, food or agri-business processing or chicken hatching in conjunction with operating a food or agri-business processing business for any business location within Delaware. Line 9: Enter the number of employees located at this facility who perform services related to or in support of any business activity conducted outside Delaware. Line 10: Total number of employees at this facility. The total number of employees must equal the sum of Lines 8 & 9. Line 11: Divide Line 8 by Line 10 and enter the percentage here. The percentage on Line 11 must be greater than 70% for the business location to be eligible for the public utility t ax reduction.
More about the Delaware Form 5502TR 9811 Corporate Income Tax
We last updated the Public Utility Tax Return in February 2020, and the latest form we have available is for tax year 2019. This means that we don't yet have the updated form for the current tax year. Please check this page regularly, as we will post the updated form as soon as it is released by the Delaware Division of Revenue. You can print other Delaware tax forms here.
Other Delaware Corporate Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form 5403||Real Estate Tax Return - Declaration of Estimated Income Tax|
|Form 300||Delaware Partnership Return|
|Form 6100||Occupancy Tax - Exemption Certificate|
|Form 1100-EXT||Corporation Income Tax - Request For Extension|
|Form 300-Schedule-K1||Partners Share of Income|
Delaware usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Delaware Form 5502TR 9811 from the Division of Revenue in February 2020.
About the Corporate Income Tax
The IRS and most states require corporations to file an income tax return, with the exact filing requirements depending on the type of company.
Sole proprietorships or disregarded entities like LLCs are filed on Schedule C (or the state equivalent) of the owner's personal income tax return, flow-through entities like S Corporations or Partnerships are generally required to file an informational return equivilent to the IRS Form 1120S or Form 1065, and full corporations must file the equivalent of federal Form 1120 (and, unlike flow-through corporations, are often subject to a corporate tax liability).
Additional forms are available for a wide variety of specific entities and transactions including fiduciaries, nonprofits, and companies involved in other specific types of business.
Historical Past-Year Versions of Delaware Form 5502TR 9811
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