INCOME TAX ACT 1967 (ACT 53)
PART II - IMPOSITION AND GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TAX




Section 6B. Tax rebate on loan to a small business.




(1) Subject to this section, income tax charged for each year of assessment upon the chargeable income of a person who gives any loan to a small business shall be rebated by an amount equivalent to two per cent prorated per annum, or such other rate as may be prescribed from time to time by the Minister, on the outstanding balance of the loan before any set off is made under section 110 and any credit is allowed under section 132 or 133:

[Ins. Act 241:s.5, Am. Act 264:s.4 ]
Provided that where the rebate exceeds the income tax charged (before any such rebate) for any year of assessment, the excess shall not be paid to that person and shall not be available as a credit to set off any tax liability for that year of assessment but it shall be available as a credit to set off any income tax chargeable for any subsequent year of assessment.

[Ins. Act 241:s.5]
(2) 'Loan to a small business' means a loan that conforms to the guidelines laid down by an appropriate authority designated by the Minister from time to time.
[Ins. Act 241:s.5]

Related reading:
[Act 241;s.5; Act 264:s.4]


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