187.31  RESIDENTS SUBJECT TO INCOME TAX IN OTHER MUNICIPALITIES.
   (a)     When the taxable income of a resident of the City is subject to a municipal income tax in another municipality on the same income taxable under this chapter, such resident shall be allowed a credit of the amount of income tax paid on such taxable income to such other municipality, equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the amount obtained by multiplying the lower of the tax rate of such other municipality or of the City by the taxable income earned in or attributable to the municipality of employment or business activity; provided, such credit shall not be applied to a rate in excess of two percent (2%) of the taxable income earned in or attributable to the municipality of employment or business activity.  For the purposes of this section taxable income shall include the distributive share of net profits of a resident partner or owner of an unincorporated business entity.
   (b)     A claim for credit or refund under this section shall be made in such manner as the Administrator may by regulation provide.  In the event a City resident fails, neglects or refuses to file an annual return or declaration on the form prescribed by the Administrator, he shall not be entitled to such credit or refund and shall be considered in violation of this chapter for failure to file a return. 
(Ord.  2002-230.  Passed 10-14-02.)