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Arizona State - Credit 325 - Agricultural Pollution Control Equipment Credit

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Arizona State - Credit 325 - Agricultural Pollution Control Equipment Credit


To Qualify for the Credit:

  1. The taxpayer must be involved in the commercial production of livestock, livestock products or agricultural, horticultural, viticultural or floricultural crops or products; AND The taxpayer must purchase tangible personal property that is primarily used in the taxpayer’s trade or business in Arizona to control or prevent pollution.
  2. Property eligible for the tax credit includes only that portion of the property directly used, constructed, or installed in Arizona to prevent, monitor, or reduce air, water, or land pollution.
  3. Qualifying property includes a portion of a structure, building, installation, excavation, machine, equipment, or device, and any attachment to, or addition to, or reconstruction, replacement, or improvement of that property.

Amounts that qualify for the credit must be includible in the taxpayer's adjusted basis for the property. The adjusted basis of any property for which the taxpayer has claimed a credit must be reduced by the amount of credit claimed for that property.

The amount of the credit is equal to 25% of the cost of the property. The maximum credit that a taxpayer may claim in a taxable year is $25,000.

The agricultural pollution control equipment credit allowed under A.R.S. §§ 43-1081.01 or 43-1170.01 (claimed on Arizona Form 325) is in lieu of the pollution control credit under A.R.S. §§ 43-1081 or 43-1170 (claimed on Arizona Form 315) with respect to the same equipment or expense.

Co-owners of a business, including partners in a partnership and shareholders of an S corporation, may each claim only the pro rata share of the credit allowed based on the ownership interest. The total of the credits allowed all such owners may not exceed the amount that would have been allowed for a sole owner of the business.

The credit is available to an exempt organization that is subject to corporate income tax on unrelated business taxable income (UBTI). The credit must result from the activities that generate UBTI.

If the allowable tax credit exceeds the taxes otherwise due or, if there are no taxes due, the amount of the credit not used to offset taxes may be carried forward for not more than five taxable years as a credit against subsequent years' income tax liabilities.

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Date updated: Jan 14, 2019
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