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Application for Tax Credit Allocation for Contributions to Nonprofit Scholarship Funding Organizations (SFOs) R.07/15
Form DR-116000

DR-116000 R. 07/15 TC Application for Tax Credit Allocation for Contributions to Nonprofit Scholarship-Funding Organizations (SFOs) Business Name: Rule 12-29.003 Florida Administrative Code Effective 07/15 Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN): Business Address: City: State: Contact Person Name: Telephone Number: ZIP: Email Address: Applying for (select one): Contribution to nonprofit scholarship-funding organization Enter the nonprofit scholarship-funding organization to which the contribution will be made. A separate application is required for each organization: _______________________________________________________________________ Credit Carryforward – Original confirmation number: ________________________________________________________________ Total amount of planned contribution or credit carryforward: $ ____________________________________________________________ Indicate the amount of credit allocation for each applicable tax. The sum of the amounts must equal the planned contribution or credit carryforward amount entered above. $______________ Corporate Income Tax Beginning Date of Tax Year: _________________ $______________ Insurance Premium Tax (For the current Calendar Year) $______________ Excise Tax on Malt Beverages For the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, _______________ Malt Beverage License Number: ______________________________________________________________ $______________ Excise Tax on Wine Beverages For the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, _______________ Wine Beverage License Number: _____________________________________________________________ $______________ Excise Tax on Liquor Beverages For the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, _______________ Liquor Beverage License Number: ____________________________________________________________ $______________ Sales and Use Tax due from a Direct Pay Permit Holder For the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, _______________ Ending Date of Tax Year: _____________________ Sales Tax Certificate Number: ________________________________________________________________ $______________ Tax on Oil Production For the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, _______________ $______________ Tax on Gas Production For the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, _______________ If you file a consolidated Florida corporate income tax return, you must provide the parent corporation’s name and FEIN. Parent corporation __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Parent corporation’s FEIN — I understand that section (s.) 1002.395(5)(b)2., Florida Statutes (F.S.), requires the Florida Department of Revenue to provide a copy of any approval it issues regarding this Application to the nonprofit scholarship-funding organization indicated in this Application. Under penalty of perjury, I declare that I have read this Application and that the facts stated in it are true. _____________________________________________________ Signature of officer, owner, or partner _____________________________________ Date DR-116000 R. 07/15 Instructions for Completing Form You may apply for this credit allocation using the Department’s website at https.taxapps.floridarevenue.com/sfo/ApplyInstructions. aspx. When applying for a tax credit allocation, a separate application is required for each nonprofit scholarship-funding organization, each separate beverage license, and each sales tax certificate number. The tax year for insurance premium tax is the current calendar year. For corporate income tax, you must specify the applicable tax year. For all other taxes, you must specify the applicable state fiscal year. Once you complete the online application you will receive a confirmation number that you can print out. The screen will display the information entered and confirm receipt of the electronic application for credit allocation or credit carryforward. The Department will send you written correspondence within 10 working days of receiving your application. We will either approve an amount of tax credit allocation or explain why a credit allocation could not be approved. Who May Apply? The following taxpayers may participate in the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program for contributions to nonprofit SFOs: • Florida oil and gas production taxpayers (ss. 211.02 and 211.025, F.S.). • Taxpayers who pay sales tax under a direct pay permit (s. 212.183, F.S.). • Corporate income taxpayers (Chapter 220, F.S.). • Taxpayers who pay excise tax on liquor, wine, and malt beverages (ss. 563.05, 564.06, and 565.12, F.S.). • Insurance premium taxpayers (s. 624.509, F.S.). Oil and Gas Production Tax One hundred percent of an eligible contribution is allowed as a credit, but the amount of the credit taken may not exceed fifty percent of the tax due on the return. A copy of the certificate of contribution from each nonprofit SFO must be attached to the return when claiming the credit. Sales and Use Tax Due From a Direct Pay Permit Holder One hundred percent of an eligible contribution is allowed as a credit. Before a credit can be claimed on a sales and use tax return, the taxpayer must submit a copy of the certificate of contribution from each nonprofit SFO to: Florida Department of Revenue Revenue Accounting PO Box 6609 Tallahassee, FL 32314-6609 and the overall impact it has on the federal income tax due. The amount taken as a credit for the taxable year must be added back to taxable income. A copy of the certificate of contribution from each nonprofit SFO must be attached to the return when claiming the credit. Excise Tax on Liquor, Wine, and Malt Beverages One hundred percent of an eligible contribution is allowed as a credit against any tax due under s. 563.05, 564.06, or 565.12, F.S., except excise taxes imposed on wine produced by manufacturers in this state from products grown in this state. The amount of the credit taken may not exceed ninety percent of the tax due on the return. A copy of the certificate of contribution from each nonprofit SFO must be attached to the return when claiming the credit. Insurance Premium Tax One hundred percent of an eligible contribution is allowed as a credit against any tax due under s. 624.509, F.S., after deducting from such tax: 1. Deductions for assessments made pursuant to s. 440.51, F.S. (workers compensation administrative assessments), 2. Credits for taxes paid under ss. 175.101 and 185.08, F.S. (firefighters’ and police officers’ pension trust funds), and 3. Credits for income tax paid under Chapter 220 F.S., and the salary credit allowed under s. 624.509(5), F.S., as these are limited by s. 624.509(6), F.S. (the sixty-five percent limitation). A copy of the certificate of contribution from each nonprofit SFO must be attached to the return when claiming the credit. Program Information If the credit is not fully used in any applicable tax year (for corporate income or insurance premium tax) or state fiscal year (for excise tax on malt beverages, wine, and liquor; oil and gas production tax; or sales tax), application may be made to obtain approval to carry forward the unused credit in a subsequent year. An unused credit cannot be carried forward more than 5 years. The credit cannot be conveyed, assigned, or transferred to another entity unless the other entity is a member of the taxpayer’s affiliated group, or all of the assets of the taxpayer are conveyed, assigned, or transferred in the same transaction. For transfers to another member of the taxpayer’s affiliated group, use Form DR-116200 [incorporated by reference in Rule 12-29.003, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.)]. Within 10 working days, the Department of Revenue will respond with specific instructions about how to claim the credit on your return. Contributions must be monetary and must be made to eligible nonprofit SFOs. The Department of Education establishes the eligibility of the nonprofit SFOs. A list of nonprofit SFOs is available from the Department of Education’s website at www.floridaschoolchoice.org/. Their phone number is 800-447-1636. Corporate Income Tax One hundred percent of an eligible contribution is allowed as a credit. The credit granted must be reduced by the resulting decrease in federal income tax when considering this credit Once you receive written confirmation and approval for the credit allocation from the Department, you are expected to make such contribution within the tax year or state fiscal year for which the credit allocation was approved. DR-116000 R. 07/15 Upon receiving a contribution, a nonprofit SFO will issue a certificate of contribution to the taxpayer. This certificate will contain the following information: • Contributor’s name • Contributor’s FEIN • Contributor's license number issued by the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco • Amount of contribution • Date of contribution • Name of nonprofit SFO An officer or authorized representative of the nonprofit SFO will sign the certificate. You must attach a copy of the certificate(s) of contribution to your tax return when filed; or for sales tax, submit a copy of the certificate to the Department before claiming the credit. All other requirements of s. 1002.395, F.S., must be met to claim this credit. The letter granting approval of the credit allocation will indicate the time frame in which the contribution must be made, and express that the credit is contingent upon an eligible contribution being made and accepted by the nonprofit SFO. If the nonprofit SFO listed on the approval letter is unable to accept a contribution or part of a contribution because of its obligations under s. 1002.395, F.S., and it provides a written statement declining the contribution, the taxpayer may make the contribution or partial contribution to another eligible nonprofit SFO. The taxpayer must keep the written statement for its records to support the credit claimed. Contributions must be made during the year specified in the approval letter. Contributions to a nonprofit SFO are not payments of estimated tax or installment payments of tax. Taxpayers must make installment payments to the Department of Revenue in accordance with ss. 220.34 and 1002.395(5)(f), F.S., and Rule 12C-1.034, F.A.C., for corporate income tax; ss. 624.5092 and 1002.395(5)(f), F.S., and Rule 12B-8.001, F.A.C., for insurance premium tax; and s. 212.11, F.S., and Rule 12A-1.056, F.A.C., for sales and use tax. For corporate income tax and insurance premium tax, penalty and interest applies to an underpayment of estimated tax unless the amount due under the prior year exception is timely paid. The installment amounts that must be paid to meet the prior year exception for corporate income tax and insurance premium tax are decreased by the amount of the scholarship funding credit earned with contributions made on or after July 1, 2014. Program Guidelines. For corporate income tax and insurance premium tax, applications can be submitted beginning on the first business day in January for contributions to be made in tax years that begin in the same calendar year. For the excise tax on liquor, wine, and malt beverages, applications can be submitted beginning on the first business day in January for contributions to be made in the state fiscal year beginning the following July 1. For the oil and gas production tax and sales tax paid under a direct pay permit, applications can be submitted beginning on the first business day in January for contributions to be made in the state fiscal year beginning the following July 1. The allocation of each state fiscal year’s allotted amount begins on the first business day in January. We will accept applications until the allotted amount is reached or until the end of the applicable state fiscal year or tax year (for corporate income tax and insurance premium tax), whichever occurs first. Example 1 – A corporate income taxpayer or insurance premium taxpayer applying for a credit allocation for its tax year beginning on January 1, 2012, could submit an application between January 3, 2012 and December 31, 2012, assuming the annual allocation is not exhausted before the time of application. In this example, you must contribute to the nonprofit SFO between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2012. Example 2 – A corporate income taxpayer applying for a credit allocation for its tax year beginning on July 1, 2012, could submit an application between January 3, 2012 and June 30, 2013, assuming the annual allocation is not exhausted before the time of application. In this example, you must contribute to the nonprofit SFO between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. Example 3 – A sales taxpayer or oil and gas production taxpayer applying for a credit allocation, could submit an application between January 3, 2012 and June 30, 2013, assuming the annual allocation is not exhausted before the time of application. In this example, you must contribute to the nonprofit SFO between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013, and the credit can be claimed after the contribution is made and before June 30, 2013. For any credit amount that is not used before June 30, 2013, an application can be submitted beginning July 1, 2013, for approval to carry forward the unused credit to be used in the new state fiscal year. An unused credit cannot be carried forward more than 5 years. Example 4 – A taxpayer who pays excise tax on liquor, wine, and malt beverages applying for a credit allocation could submit an application between January 3, 2012 and June 30, 2013, assuming the annual allocation is not exhausted before the time of application. In this example, you must contribute to the nonprofit SFO between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013, and the credit can be claimed after the contribution is made and before June 30, 2013. For any credit amount that is not used before June 30, 2013, an application can be submitted beginning July 1, 2013, for approval to carry forward the unused credit to be used in the new state fiscal year. An unused credit cannot be carried forward more than 5 years.
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