The bill allows the executive director of the department of revenue to disclose information relevant to an assessment of a gasoline distributor for the failure to make the required sworn statement and pay the tax for any calendar month or for a gasoline distributor filing an incorrect or fraudulent statement or return for any calendar month. The executive director may only disclose this information to taxpayers with cases involving common or related issues of fact or law. Taxpayers are limited in the use and disclosure of this information.
The bill also requires, upon written request by a local government official, a gasoline distributor to disclose certain records to local government officials related to an alleged violation of the administration of the gasoline and special fuels tax.
(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)