Alaska Statutes.
Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 5. Administration of Revenue Laws
Section 225. Interest.
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AS 43.05.225. Interest.

Unless otherwise provided,

(1) when a tax levied in this title becomes delinquent, it bears interest in a calendar quarter at the rate of five percentage points above the annual rate charged member banks for advances by the 12th Federal Reserve District as of the first day of that calendar quarter, or at the annual rate of 11 percent, whichever is greater, compounded quarterly as of the last day of that quarter;

(2) the interest rate is 12 percent a year for

(A) delinquent fees payable under AS 05.15.095 (c);

(B) [Repealed, Sec. 46 ch 107 SLA 1996]. and

(C) unclaimed property that is not timely paid or delivered, as allowed by AS 34.45.470 (a).

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