- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
- Chapter 56. Oil and Gas Exploration, Production, and Pipeline Transportation Property Taxes
- Section 10. Levy of Tax.
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AS 43.56.010. Levy of Tax.
- (a) An annual tax of 20 mills is levied each tax year beginning January 1, 1974, on the full and true value of taxable
property taxable under this chapter.
- (b) A municipality may levy and collect a tax under AS 29.45.080
at the rate of taxation that applies to other property taxed by the municipality. The tax shall be levied at a rate no
higher than the rate applicable to other property taxable by the municipality. A municipality may not exempt from
taxation property authorized to be taxed under this chapter. Exemptions shall be limited to those in AS 29.45.030, 29.45.050, and AS 43.56.020
- (c) If the total value of assessed property of a municipality taxing under AS 29.45.080
(c) exceeds the product of 225 percent of the average per capita assessed full and true value of property in the state,
to be determined by the department and reported to each municipality by January 15 of each year, multiplied by the
number of residents of the taxing municipality, the department shall designate the portion of the tax base against
which the local tax may be applied.
- (d) A tax paid to a municipality under AS 29.45.080
or former AS 29.53.045 on or before June 30 of the tax year shall be credited against the tax levied under (a) of this
section for that tax year. If, however, a tax is not paid to a municipality until after June 30 of the taxable year,
the department upon application shall refund to the taxpayer the amount of tax paid to the municipality under AS 29.45.080
or former AS 29.53.045
. The credit or refund of taxes paid to a municipality may not exceed the total amount of tax levied by the department
upon the taxpayer for the tax year, under (a) of this section.
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