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Minutes for SB262 - Committee on Taxation

Short Title

State board of tax appeals; changing time to request full and complete opinion to be based on date of service.

Minutes Content for Wed, Mar 11, 2020

Chairperson Johnson opened the hearing and recognized Adam Siebers, Assistant Revisor, who provided an overview for SB262.   The bill provides an aggrieved party from a decision of the board of tax appeals shall have 21 days (increase from 14 days) after service of the board's decision to request a full and complete opinion of the board to explain its decision rather than a summary decision that the board issues (Attachment 1).


Dave Trabert, Kansas Policy Institute testified for SB262 that increases the time frame to 21 days which clarifies the timing request of a full opinion of the Board of Tax Appeals (Attachment 2).

Eric Stafford, Kansas Chamber testified for SB262 that clarifies language on the number of days to appeal an order from the Board of Tax Appeals (Attachment 3).

Written testimony for SB262 was presented by:

Jay Hall, Kansas Association of Counties, (Attachment 4).

Shahira Stafford, Kansas Cooperative Council, (Attachment 5).

Chairperson Johnson thanked the conferees for their testimony and closed the hearing on SB262.