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32-3-66 Certain motor home transport uses not deemed private business uses.
     32-3-66.   Certain motor home transport uses not deemed private business uses. For the purposes of this chapter, if a motor home is used to transport a motor vehicle, boat, or animal to a race, tournament, show, or similar event, the motor home is not deemed to be engaged in a private business use if:
             (1)      Any prize money received from participating in such an activity is declared as ordinary income for tax purposes;
             (2)      The cost of participating in such an activity is not deducted as a business expense for tax purposes; and
             (3)      No corporate sponsorship exceeding two thousand dollars in any one calendar year is involved in participating in such an activity.

Source: SL 2003, ch 163, § 2.


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