Alaska Statutes.
Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 20. Alaska Net Income Tax Act
Section 13. Individual Tax Credits.
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AS 43.20.013. Individual Tax Credits.

(a) A resident individual is entitled to a tax credit not to exceed $100 for

(1) a contribution made in a calendar year to a person or organization for use exclusively

(A) for a political campaign for a candidate for

(i) President or Vice President of the United States, whether or not the candidate will be voted on in a primary election in Alaska;

(ii) United States senator from Alaska;

(iii) United States representative from Alaska;

(iv) governor or lieutenant governor of Alaska;

(v) the Alaska legislature;

(vi) delegate to an Alaska constitutional convention;

(vii) electoral confirmation as a judge or justice of a court in Alaska; or

(viii) municipal office in Alaska; or

(B) by a group seeking to influence the outcome of a ballot proposition or question in Alaska; and

(2) dues paid in a calendar year to a nonprofit organization organized primarily for the purpose of influencing elections in Alaska.

(b) A resident individual is entitled to a tax credit equal to 16 percent of the tax credit claimed by the individual on the federal income tax return of the individual for household and dependent care services necessary for gainful employment.

(c) The commissioner shall pay the amount of a tax credit allowed by this section to a resident individual who makes a return as provided in AS 43.20.012 . A credit under this section shall be paid in the manner provided in AS 43.20.030 (e) for the payment of refunds and payment may not be made without an appropriation for that purpose.

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