Mo. legislature passes bill to protect benevolent tax credit programs
Submitted on March 15, 2013
The Missouri General Assembly has passed legislation that would restore several benevolent tax credit programs. Legislators passed SB 20 and Senate Committee Substitute for SB 15 and 19 on March 13. The original Senate bill was sponsnored by Sen. Bob Dixon, R-Springfield. The tax credit programs The bill re-established expired tax credit that individuals can claim when making donations to pregnancy resource centers, food pantries and organizations that serve children in crisis situations.
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