AN ACT TO REQUIRE THE SECRETARY OF REVENUE TO COMPILE INFORMATION ABOUT THE NUMBER OF VETERANS FILING TAX RETURNS IN NORTH CAROLINA ANNUALLY AND PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS.
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Amends GS 55-16-22 making a clarifying change to the proposed language from the previous edition. Adds new subsection (i) providing terms for use in this section, including number of full-time equivalent employees, qualifying service, and veteran.
Amends GS 57D-2-24, making a clarifying change to the proposed language from the previous edition. Adds new subsection (e) providing the definitions of terms for use in this section, including number of full-time equivalent employees, qualifying service, and veteran.
Amends the proposed GS 55-1-51 to provide that the Secretary of State must use the specified reported information to compile summary information about the number of veterans employed in the state by corporations and LLCs and publish the information on its website annually by October 1 (was, June 1).
Directs the Department of Labor, the Department of Insurance, the Employment Security Commission, the Department of Commerce, and the Industrial Commission to assist the Secretary of State in notifying the public of the requirements of GS 55-16-22(a3)(6) and GS 57D-2-24(a)(7).
Changes the effective date of the act to January 1, 2016 (was, October 1, 2015).
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