Updated 6/7/16, 9 a.m.

HB 5 – Rep. Walt Leger

  • Addresses Acts 30 and 31 of the 2016 First Extraordinary Session of the Legislature, eliminating deduction for federal income taxes paid for computing corporate income taxes.

 

HB 6 – Rep. Walt Leger

  • Addresses Act 8 of the 2016 First Extraordinary Session, which established a flat corporate income tax.

 

HB 8 – Rep. Tanner Magee,
SB 4 – Sen. Norby Chabert

  • Addresses exemption for purchases of fishing vessels, supplies, fuels, lubricants, and repairs for vessels by licensed commercial fishermen. 

 

HB 9 – Rep. Jack Montoucet,
HB 29 – Rep. Ed Price,
SB 2 – Sen. J.P. Morrell

  • Addresses calculation on interest paid on refunds of tax overpayments. 

 

HB 11 – Rep. Rob Shadoin,
HB 38 – Rep. Malinda White

  • Reduces the amount of individual state income tax deduction for excess federal itemized personal deductions.

 

HB 14 Rep. Jack Montoucet,
HB 15 – Rep. Malinda White,
HB 50 – Rep. Jack Montoucet

  • Addresses deductibility of net capital gains in computing state income taxes.

 

HB 16 – Rep. Jack Montoucet,
HB 25 – Rep. Rodney Lyons,
HB 37 – Rep. Pat Smith,
SB 8 – Sen. J.P. Morrell

  • Reduces the amount of income tax credit for the Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Assessment and makes the reduction permanent.

 

HB 19 – Rep. Jack Montoucet,
HB 31 – Rep. Katrina Jackson,
HB 32 – Rep. Jack Montoucet,
SB 7 – Sen. J.P. Morrell

  • Reduces the amount of certain income and corporation franchise tax credits and the amount of certain ad valorem tax credits; provides for carry-forward rather than the refund of a certain portion of excess credit amounts.

 

HB 20 Rep. Gene Reynolds

  • Reduces rates for calculating tax on taxable income of individuals.

 

HB 21 Rep. Gene Reynolds

  • Reduces rates for calculating tax on taxable income of individuals.

 

HB 24 – Rep. Andy Anders

  • Addresses annual tax on the business of issuing health insurance policies and on HMOs.

 

HB 27 – Rep. Chris Broadwater

  • Changes the exclusion of sales of materials for further processing to an exemption for sales of raw materials for further processing. 

 

HB 31 – Rep. Katrina Jackson,
HB 32 – Rep. Jack Montoucet

  • Addresses Act 125 of the 2015 Regular Session (Tax Credits).

 

HB 34 – Rep. Katrina Jackson

  • Addresses Act 123 of the 2015 Regular Session (exclusions and deductions).

 

HB 35 – Rep. Andy Anders

  • Establishes the annual minimum tax on HMOs.

 

HB 36 – Rep. Ted James,
SB 3 – Sen. J.P. Morrell

  • 2016 First Special Session Clean Up Omnibus Bill:  Addresses applicability of certain exclusions and exemptions from state sales and use taxes.

 

HB 40 – Rep. Gene Reynolds

  • Addresses compression of brackets for state income tax.

 

SB 5 – Sen. Norby Chabert

  • 2016 First Special Session Clean Up bill:  Addresses sales of butane, propane, or other liquefied petroleum gases for private, residential consumption.