- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
- Chapter 5. Administration of Revenue Laws
- Section 275. Credit and Refund Claims.
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AS 43.05.275. Credit and Refund Claims.
- (a) Except as provided in AS 43.20.021
, a claim for credit or refund of a tax under this title for which a taxpayer is required to file a return or pay a tax
may be filed by the taxpayer
- (1) before the later of
- (A) three years from the time the return was filed; or
- (B) two years from the time the tax was paid; or
- (2) within two years from the time the tax was paid, if no return was filed.
- (b) If the department and the taxpayer have consented to extend the period for assessment of tax as provided in AS 43.05.260
(c)(3), a tax refund claim may be filed at any time before the expiration of the period agreed upon.
- (c) A taxpayer who has filed a return, paid the full amount due on the return, and made a claim under this section may,
without exhausting administrative remedies, file an action in superior court to recover on the claim if the sole ground
for appeal is that a tax statute is
- (1) violative of the United States Constitution;
- (2) violative of the state constitution; or
- (3) preempted by federal statute, regulation, or treaty.
- (d) An action may not be brought under (c) of this section if
- (1) there is a dispute of material fact;
- (2) a factual record is necessary to decide the appeal;
- (3) development of a factual record will render it unnecessary to reach a question of constitutional law or federal
- (4) the taxpayer challenges the assessment of the tax on a ground other than one listed in (c) of this section.
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