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Title 12 - Taxation



SECTION 12-11-10. "Banks" and "taxpayers" defined.

For the purpose of this chapter and unless otherwise required by the context, the words "banks" and "taxpayers," whenever used in this chapter, shall mean any person engaged in a banking business, whether incorporated under the laws of this State, any other state or the United States or whether unincorporated, except cash depositories.

SECTION 12-11-20. Tax on income of banks; rate.

A tax is imposed upon every bank engaged in business in the State which shall be levied, collected and paid annually with respect to the entire net income of the taxpayer doing a banking business within this State or from the sales or rentals of property within this State, computed at the rate of four and one half per cent of the entire net income of such bank or taxpayer.

SECTION 12-11-30. Income tax to be instead of other taxes; exceptions.

The income tax provided for in this chapter is instead of all other taxes on banks, except the use tax, the deed recording fee, and taxes on real property. The real property of a bank is taxed in the place where it is located.

SECTION 12-11-40. Appropriate Chapter 6 provisions shall govern enforcement, administration, allocation and apportionment of income tax on banks.

For the purpose of administration, allocation and apportionment, enforcement, collection, liens, penalties, and other similar provisions, all of the provisions of Chapter 6 of this title that may be appropriate or applicable are adopted and made a part of this chapter for the enforcement and administration of this chapter, including the requirement to make declarations of estimated tax and make estimated tax payments.

SECTION 12-11-50. Payment of tax; deposit into general fund.

The taxes provided for in this chapter must be paid to the department as provided in Section 12-11-40 and the income tax paid under the provisions of this chapter must be deposited to the credit of the general fund of the State.

SECTION 12-11-60. Conditions rendering this chapter ineffective.

In case the first sentence of Section 12-11-30 should for any reason be declared to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the provisions of Sections 2663 through 2675, 2677 and paragraphs (33), (34) and (53) of Section 2578 of the Code of 1942 shall be and remain in full force and effect and the income tax provided in this chapter shall not be effective.

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