(1) For a taxpayer doing business within and without the state, net income shall be the portion of the taxpayer’s adjusted federal income for the taxable year which is apportioned to Florida under Florida Statutes § 220.15, plus the taxpayer’s nonbusiness income for the taxable year which is allocated to Florida under Florida Statutes § 220.16, less the allowable deduction for child-care facility start-up costs, less the amount of the exemption allowed the taxpayer under Florida Statutes § 220.14

Terms Used In Florida Regulations 12C-1.012

  • Assets: (1) The property comprising the estate of a deceased person, or (2) the property in a trust account.
    (2) For a taxpayer only doing business within the state, net income shall be the taxpayer’s adjusted federal income for the taxable year plus the taxpayer’s nonbusiness income for the taxable year which is allocated to Florida under Florida Statutes § 220.16, less the allowable deduction for child-care facility start-up costs, less the amount of the exemption allowed the taxpayer under Florida Statutes § 220.14
    (3) For the purpose of determining the deduction authorized by Florida Statutes § 220.63(5), any bank or banking organization, as defined in section 220.62(1) or (4), F.S., is deemed to be an “international banking facility” to the extent that its eligible asset and liability accounts are segregated, or are capable of being segregated, whether or not such status has been established under any other applicable state or federal law.
    (a) For the purpose of the sales factor used for apportionment, the “eligible gross income” giving rise to the deduction under Florida Statutes § 220.63(5), shall be excluded from both the numerator and denominator. Additionally, where the income from these assets is a loss, the removal of amounts from the taxable base will result in an addition to taxable income.
    (b) Generally, the phrase “eligible asset and liability accounts” includes only international banking facility deposits, borrowings and extensions of credit as these terms are defined by the Florida Department of Banking and Finance.
Rulemaking Authority 213.06(1), 220.51 FS. Law Implemented 220.12, 220.13, 220.14, 220.15, 220.16, 220.63(5) FS. History—New 10-20-72, Amended 12-18-83, Formerly 12C-1.12, Amended 12-21-88, 4-8-92.