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Proposals - miscellaneous taxes 2002

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 October 29, 2002

  • Proposal of amendments to the Fuel Use Tax regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the first quarter of 2003. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. 20 NYCRR section 492.1(b)

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   Submitted for publication in the 11/13/02 edition of the State Register.

   Adoption

August 26, 2002

  • Proposal to permanently adopt the emergency amendments to the Cigarette Tax and Cigarette Marketing Standards regulations to reflect the provisions of Chapter 93 of the Laws of 2002 enacted June 25, 2002, relating to the increase of the New York City excise tax on cigarettes. 20 NYCRR Parts 74, 80, and 82

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   SAPA Documentation

Regulatory Impact Statement

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis for Small Business and Local Governments

Rural Area Flexibility Analysis

Job Impact Statement

Summary

    Submitted for publication in the 9/11/02 edition of the State Register.

   Adoption

July 25, 2002

  • Proposal of amendments to the Fuel Use Tax regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the fourth quarter of 2002. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. 20 NYCRR section 492.1(b)

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   Submitted for publication in the 8/14/02 edition of the State Register.

   Adoption

June 17, 2002

  • Emergency adoption and proposal of amendments to the Tobacco Products Tax regulations as published in Subchapter I of Chapter I of Title 20 NYCRR, to implement the provisions of Chapter 85 of the Laws of 2002. 20 NYCRR sections 89.1 and 89.3

   Text of Emergency Adoption and Proposal

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   SAPA Documentation

Regulatory Impact Statement

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis for Small Business and Local Governments

Rural Area Flexibility Analysis

Job Impact Statement

   Submitted for publication in the 7/3/02 edition of the State Register.

   Adoption

May 14, 2002

  • Proposal of amendments to the Fuel Use Tax regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the third quarter of 2002. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. 20 NYCRR section 492.1(b)

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   Submitted for publication in the 5/29/02 edition of the State Register.

   Adoption

March 12, 2002

  • Emergency adoption and proposal of amendments to the Cigarette Tax and Cigarette Marketing Standards regulation, to implement the provisions of Chapter 1 of the Laws of 2002. 20 NYCRR Parts 70, 74, 79, 80, and 82

   Text of Emergency Adoption and Proposal

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   SAPA Documentation

Regulatory Impact Statement

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis for Small Business and Local Governments

Rural Area Flexibility Analysis

Job Impact Statement

Summary

   Submitted for publication in the 3/27/02 edition of the State Register.

   Adoption

February 19, 2002

  • Proposal of amendments to the Fuel Use Tax regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the second quarter of 2002. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. 20 NYCRR section 492.1(b)

   Text of Proposal

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   Submitted for publication in the 3/6/02 edition of the State Register.

   Adoption


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