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Reappraising Montana"s coal severance tax

Montana. Legislature. Coal Tax Oversight Subcommittee.

Reappraising Montana"s coal severance tax

report and recommendations of Coal Tax Oversight Subcommittee.

by Montana. Legislature. Coal Tax Oversight Subcommittee.

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Published by Montana Legislative Council in Helena, Mont. (Rm. 138, State Capitol, Helena 59620) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montana.
    • Subjects:
    • Coal -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- Montana.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFM9480.5.M5 A25 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination17, [16] p. :
      Number of Pages17
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2666326M
      LC Control Number85620963

        Severance taxes on new discovery oil and natural gas wells suspended 24 months or until payout of well. Revenue Allocation: 20 percent severance tax revenues, up to $,, allocated to producing parish. Remaining funds, up to base level determined by revenue estimates, allocated to Bond Security and Redemption Fund. In , concerned that Montana was a "stereotypical colonial state" with little economic development whose natural resources would be extracted and the state left with severe environmental degradation, the Montana State Legislature enacted a severance tax on each ton of coal mined in the uent: Rehearing denied, U.S. ().

      Background. In , concerned that Montana was a "stereotypical colonial state" [2] with little economic development whose natural resources would be extracted and the state left with severe environmental degradation, the Montana State Legislature enacted a severance tax on each ton of coal mined in the state. [3] Then-Governor Tom Judge called the statute "the most significant piece of. Justia › US Law › Case Law › Montana Case Law › Montana Supreme Court Decisions › › WESTMORELAND RESOURCES v MONTANA D Receive free daily summaries of new opinions from the Montana Supreme Court.

      allowing the severance tax relief to all existing pur­ chasers of Montana coal. He testified that in , the state received more than $89 millon in severance tax and that approximately $17 millon was cred~ted to the general fund. He continued that they are important customers today and they hope that they will choose to. Background. In , concerned that Montana was a "stereotypical colonial state" with little economic development whose natural resources would be extracted and the state left with severe environmental degradation, the Montana State Legislature enacted a severance tax on each ton of coal mined in the state. Then-Governor Tom Judge called the statute "the most significant piece of legislation Citations: U.S. (more), S. Ct. ; 69 L. .


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Reappraising Montana's coal severance tax: Paperback – Octo by. Montana. Legislature. Coal Tax Oversight Subcommittee (Author). Montana. Legislature. Legislative Council (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price Author. Montana. Legislature. Coal Tax Oversight Subcommittee. Montana. Legislature. Legislative Council. Severance tax, Coal Publisher Helena, Mont. (Rm. State Capitol, Helena ): Montana Legislative Council Collection MontanaStateLibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Montana State Library Contributor Montana State Library Contributor usage rights See terms Language English Volume Pages: Coal mined in Montana is taxed with the Coal Severance Tax to be reported on the Coal Severance Tax (Form CST) return.

Businesses producing more t tons of coal per year pay the tax on all production o tons. Businesses producing less t tons. Natural Resource Taxes Coal Severance Tax Legislative Fiscal Report Biennium 60 Volume 2 Revenue Estimates As directed by Article IX, Section 5 of the Montana Constitution, the coal severance tax trust fund receives 50% of total coal severance tax collections.

The money flows through five sub-trust funds within the trust. A Handbook of the Montana Coal Severance Tax [Paul E Verdon, Montana Legislature Legislative Counci, Montana Legislature Coal Tax Oversight] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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For large producers, the coal severance tax is imposed on all coal production, except that on reservations, in excess of 20, tons per company per calendar year.

Producers of 50, tons or less in any calendar year are exempt from the tax. Treasure Size: KB. TAES The Book of the States TABLE State Severance Taxes: (continued) See footnotes at end of table Montana Coal Severance Tax Varies from 3% to 15% depending on quality of coal and type of mine. Metal Mines License Tax (l) Progressive rate, File Size: KB.

In Montana established the Coal Tax Trust Fund, which ever since has received 50% of all coal severance tax revenues. Today it is worth almost one billion dollars and typically receives an additional $ million in tax revenues per year. Montana’s fund is a small-scale version of many similar natural resource funds around the : Brock Smith.

The Montana Code Annotated (MCA) has several sections that govern natural resource extraction: Title Minerals, Oil, and Gas includes statutes related to minerals, oil, and gas. Title Taxation covers taxation.

See chapters 35 (Coal Severance), 36 (Oil & Gas Production Tax), 37 (Mining License Taxes), and 38 (RIGWAT Tax). Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "State of Montana coal severance tax bonds" See other formats. The Montana Coal Board, which is a seven-member board, was created inalong with Montana’s Coal Severance Tax, through the passage of Senate Bill The Coal Board follows Ti Chapter 6, Part 2 of the Montana Code Annotated to carryout its responsibilities.

The Coal Board is attached to the Montana Department of Commerce for. Severance Tax $ for amount of coal produced abovetons, rate updated monthly by the department of revenue. % for metallic minerals above $19 million in gross producer income.

$/ton of molybdenum abovetons OilFile Size: 63KB. The Montana Coal Tax Trust Fund Amendment, also known as C-3, was on the November 2, ballot in Montana as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment, where it was measure dedicated a portion of the coal severance tax to creating a permanent coal tax trust fund.

While coal production is down nationwide, a new report says it still brings a lot of money to Montana. Calling it a “significant source of revenue,” A new state legislative report says coal brought nearly $81 million to state and local governments in A coal severance tax made up nearly four percent of Montana’s total tax revenue.

Montana taxes oil production by percentage of gross value per barrel produced and sold. The gross value is the total barrels produced each month multiplied by the average wellhead value per barrel. You may deduct any oil used in operating the well. A little history is in order. In the Coal Trust Fund Constitutional Amendment, which put 50 percent of the coal severance tax into an inviolate trust, was opposed by only 13 of Author: Evan Barrett.

HELENA – Sen. Rick Ripley has proposed a constitutional amendment to cap the state’s coal severance tax trust fund at $1 billion and divert some money flowing into it to an account to pay for.

Montana imposed a severance tax on every ton of coal mined within the state. The tax varied depending on the value of the coal and the cost of production. It could be as high as 30 percent of the price at which the coal was sold. Montana mine operators and some out-of-state customers claimed that this tax was unconstitutional as an improper.

Inthe Montana Legislature designated that a portion of the state severance tax on coal mining goes to the library federations to help local libraries provide basic services. The funds are sent to the federation headquarters libraries by the end of September each year.

Minnesota is a major consumer of Montana coal whose congressmen are pressing the percent lid on coal severance taxes. But Minnesota's tax on taconite production puts Montana's coal tax to. In the coal trust fund constitutional amendment, which put 50 percent of the coal severance tax into an inviolate trust, was opposed by only 13.

Coal mines that produce more t tons of coal a year pay the quarterly state severance tax on all production in excess of 20, tons.

Smaller mines are exempt from the tax.Coal mines in Montana pay a severance ta x based on the value of coal produced (, MCA). The tax rate on coal varies with the heat content of the coal and the type of mine (open pit or underground). Each producer is exempt from tax on 20, tons per year, and mines producing less t tons per year are exempt from the tax.

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