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2017 ISCPA Idaho Legislative Resources

Your 1-Stop Site for Idaho State Legislation Impacting the Profession

We are diligently monitoring the House and Senate Tax Committees throughout the Idaho Legislature’s 2017 session and will post updates that you need to be aware of here so check back often.

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H22 - Income Taxes
Amends, repeals and adds to existing law to move a provision for spousal tax relief to the collections portion of the tax code.

 2-17-17 - Governor Signed

H23 - Taxes
Amends existing law to clarify a taxpayer's rights following a perfected protest and to provide a date on which a notice of deficiency becomes final when the protest is not perfected.

 2-17-17 - Governor Signed

H24 - Taxes
Amends existing law to establish the right of a taxpayer to an independent administrative redetermination and to provide restrictions on ex parte communications among State Tax Commission staff.

 2-17-17 - Governor Signed

H26 - Tax Code - IRS Conformity
Amends existing law to update references to the Internal Revenue Code.

 2-13-17 - Governor Signed

H66 - Vacation Rentals
Adds to existing law to provide limitations on regulation of vacation rentals and short-term rentals, to provide a statewide standard, to provide for a transaction tax, and to provide for privacy.

H67aaS - Income Tax Rates
Amends existing law to reduce certain individual and corporate income tax rates.

H68 - Personal Property Tax
Amends existing law to increase the maximum exemption from personal property tax from $100,000 to $250,000.

H117 - Property Taxes
Amends existing law to increase the personal property tax exemption, to provide for administration and to revise definitions.

H138 - Accountancy
Amends existing law to revise definitions; and to clarify enforcement authority for dishonesty or fraud by a licensee.

 4-6-17 - Governor Signed

S1066 - Identity Theft
Amends existing law to provide that a tax preparer who experiences a data breach must inform the Idaho State Tax Commission.

 


  • H26 - Tax Code - IRS Conformity
    Amends existing law to update references to the Internal Revenue Code
    2.13.17 - Governor Signed
    2.9.17 - Sent to Governor
    2.3.17 - Passed Senate - 32 - 0
    2.2.17 - Senate second reading calendar
    2.1.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    2.1.17 - Senate Local Government & Taxation Agenda
    1.27.17 - Sent to Senate Local Government & Taxation Committee
    1.26.17 - House Passed - 52 - 18
    1.25.17 - House Second Reading Calendar
    1.24.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    1.20.17 - Reported Printed and Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    1.19.17 - RS24814 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H22 - Income Taxes
    Amends, repeals and adds to existing law to move a provision for spousal tax relief to the collections portion of the tax code.
    2.17.17 - Governor Signed
    2.13.17 - Sent to Governor
    2.7.17 - Passed Senate - 34 - 0
    2.6.17 - Senate Third Reading Calendar
    2.2.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    2.1.17 - Senate Local Government & Taxation Agenda
    1.27.17 - Sent to Senate Local Government & Taxation Committee
    1.26.17 - House Passed - 70 - 0
    1.25.17 - House Second Reading Calendar
    1.24.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    1.20.17 - Reported Printed and Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    1.19.17 - RS24813 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H23 - Taxes
    Amends existing law to clarify a taxpayer's rights following a perfected protest and to provide a date on which a notice of deficiency becomes final when the protest is not perfected.
    2.17.17 - Governor Signed
    2.14.17 - Sent to Governor
    2.8.17 - Passed Senate - 34 - 0
    2.6.17 - Senate Third Reading Calendar
    2.2.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    2.1.17 - Senate Local Government & Taxation Agenda
    1.27.17 - Sent to Senate Local Government & Taxation Committee
    1.26.17 - House Passed - 70 - 0
    1.25.17 - House Second Reading Calendar
    1.24.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    1.20.17 - Reported Printed and Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    1.19.17 - RS24815 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H24 - Taxes
    Amends existing law to establish the right of a taxpayer to an independent administrative redetermination and to provide restrictions on ex parte communications among State Tax Commission staff.
    2.17.17 - Governor Signed
    2.13.17 - Sent to Governor
    2.6.17 - Passed Senate 33 - 0
    2.3.17 - Senate Third Reading Calendar
    2.2.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    2.1.17 - Senate Local Government & Taxation Agenda
    1.27.17 - Sent to Senate Local Government & Taxation Committee
    1.26.17 - House Passed - 70 - 0
    1.25.17 - House Second Reading Calendar
    1.24.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    1.20.17 - Reported Printed and Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    1.19.17 - RS24816 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H66 - Vacation Rentals
    Adds to existing law to provide limitations on regulation of vacation rentals and short-term rentals, to provide a statewide standard, to provide for a transaction tax, and to provide for privacy.
    1.27.17 - Reported Printed and Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    1.26.17 - RS24985 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H67aaS - Income Tax Rates
    Amends existing law to reduce certain individual and corporate income tax rates.
    4.11.17 - Governor Vetoed
    3.31.17 - Sent to Governor
    3.27.17 - House Passed - 68 - 0
    3.27.17 - Read first time as amended in Senate; Filed for Second Reading
    3.27.17 - Reported Engrossed; Filed for First Reading of Engrossed Bills
    3.27.17 - Reported out of Committee and Recommend Concurrence
    3.27.17 - Referred to Revenue & Taxation for concurrence recommendation
    3.23.17 - Returned from the Senate Amended; Held at Desk
    3.22.17 - Returned to House
    3.22.17 - Senate Passed 25 - 10
    3.21.17 - Reported out as Amended; Read First Time as Amended
    3.20.17 - Referred to 14th Order for amendment
    3.17.17 - Senate Third Reading Calendar
    3.16.17 - Reported out as Amended; Read First Time as Amended
    3.15.17 - Reported out of committee; to 14th Order for Amendment
    2.3.17 - Sent to Senate Local Government & Taxation Committee
    2.2.17 - House Passed - 58 - 11
    2.2.17 - House Third Reading Calendar
    2.1.17 - House Second Reading Calendar
    1.31.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    1.27.17 - Reported Printed and Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    1.26.17 - RS25047C1 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H68 - Personal Property Tax
    Amends existing law to increase the maximum exemption from personal property tax from $100,000 to $250,000.
    2.3.17 - Held in Committee
    1.27.17 - Reported Printed and Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    1.26.17 - RS25048 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H117 - Property Taxes
    Amends existing law to increase the personal property tax exemption, to provide for administration and to revise definitions.
    2.9.17 - Referred to Revenue & Taxation
    2.8.17 - RS25157 - House Revenue & Taxation Committee - Sent to Print

  • H138 - Accountancy
    Amends existing law to revise definitions; and to clarify enforcement authority for dishonesty or fraud by a licensee.
    4.6.17 - Signed by Governor
    3.24.17 - Delivered to Governor
    3.20.17 - Senate Passed 35 - 0
    3.15.17 - Senate Third Reading Calendar
    3.14.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    3.2.17 - Referred to Commerce & Human Resources Committee
    3.1.17 - House Passed - 69 - 0
    2.28.17 - House 3rd Reading Calendar
    2.25.17 - House 2nd Reading Calendar
    2.24.17 - Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation
    2.13.17 - Printed, Sent House Business Committee
    2.10.17 - RS24940 - House Business Committee - Sent to Print

  • S1006 - Identity Theft
    Amends existing law to provide that a tax preparer who experiences a data breach must inform the Idaho State Tax Commission.
    2.10.17 - Referred to Local Government & Taxation
    2.9.17 - RS25159 - Senate Government & Taxation - Sent to Print

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