Oklahoma Supreme Court overrules state Tax Commission on electric vehicle credits
Friday’s Oklahoma Supreme Court opinion says taxpayers who purchased Tomberlin brand electric vehicles and were denied tax credits should receive them after all. It applies to about 735 people.
Taxpayers who bought Tomberlin low-speed electric vehicles and were denied tax credits by the Oklahoma Tax Commission will get their rebate after all, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
The court disagreed with the Tax Commission’s interpretation of the law and said the taxpayers who appealed should receive the tax credit, concluding a two-year battle for many of those who...
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